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GENEALOGY 
942.006 
M681E 
V.2 


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EDITED  BY 
A.  W.  HUGHES  CLARKE. 


YOLUME  II. 

FIFTH  SERIES. 


LONDON : 

MITCHELL  HUGHES  AND  CLAEKE,  11-13  BEEAM'S  BUILDINGS, 
CHANCEET  LANE,  EC.  4. 
1916—17. 


i^refatorj)  J^ote. 


A  POLOGY  is  necessary  for  the  delay  in  tlie  issue  of  the  Index  to 
complete  this  Volume,  .vhich  delay  has  been  brought  about  by 
shortage  of  labour  and  other  causes  arising  out  of  the  War.    Thanks  are 
due  to°our  Subscribers  for  their  kind  indulgence  in  our  difficulties. 

To  all  his  Contributors  the  Editor  must  again  return  his  cordial 
thanks.  Special  mention  should  be  made  of  the  pedigrees  of  Parys, 
Gunning  and  Cade  by  Everard  Green,  Esq.,  the  pedigrees  of  the 
Fettiplace  Family,  by  J.  Eenton  Dunlop,  Esq.,  and  the  "  Early  Kegister 
of  Shere,"  by  the  Eev.  W.  Hudson. 

It  is  to  be  hoped  that  the  Visitation  Pedigrees  of  Oxfordshire, 
Sussex  and  London,  as  ^vell  as  the  numerous  grants  of  Arms,  will  be 
found  of  some  value. 

It  is  ^vith  great  regret  that,  in  view  of  the  great  addition  in  the  cost 
of  printing,  it  has  been  necessary  to  increase  the  price  of  the  Journal 
in  future,  but  it  will  be  necessary  also  to  obtain  further  support  from 
new  Subscribers  in  order  to  meet  these  extra  costs  ;  therefore  the  Editor 
trusts  that  Subscribers  will  bring  the  work  of  this  Jommal  to  the  notice 
of  those  interested  in  Genealogy  and  Heraldry. 


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CONTENTS. 


See  Index  under  Surnames 
printed  in  Iialic. 


ARMS,  GRANTS  AND  CON- 
FIRMATIONS OF. 
Allausou.  173. 
Archer,  101. 
Caldecott,  55. 
Carlos,  SI. 
Clare,  122. 
CosTn.  256. 
Davis,  294. 
Elken,  26. 
Herrys.  217. 
Hodp-etts.  259. 
Hovell.  1.  122. 
Merick,  130. 
Tytler.  253,  251,  255. 
Weld,  171. 
Whvte,  60. 


BOOKPLATES. 
Hed-es,  87. 
Sullivan.  297.  298. 


GENEALOGICAL 

MEMORANDA. 
Armitase,  210. 
Boothby.  80 
Cappony,  320. 
Corsellis,  152. 
Grejrorv.  240. 
Vauffhan,  IGO. 


PEDIGREES. 

Bathurst,  220,  318. 
]5oniford,  G. 
Cade.  257. 

Drury.  41,  117.  150.  " 
Fettiplace  — 

North  Denchworth.  93. 
Stokeachurch.  Oxon,  and 
Maidencourt.  Berks,  131. 
East  Shefford  and  Bessels- 

leigh.  183. 
Childrey, Berks, and  Swin- 

brook,  O.xon,  202. 
Swincombe,  Oson,  242. 
Coin  St.  Aldwin,  Glouc, 
244. 

Fernham,  Berks.  282. 

Lambourn,  Berks.  287. 
Flintshire  Pedigree,  A,  158. 
Gunning'.  162. 
Irwin.  27. 

Lacy  alius  Hedges,  84. 
Lane.  57. 
Mackenzie,  223. 
Mew,  295. 
Nisbets,  44. 

Parr,   .Magee.   Morgell  and 
other  Kerry  Families,  231. 
Parys,  123. 

Percy,  178.  j 
Scott,  Jervice  and  Miller,  22.  i 
Shorting,  209. 

Standish.  119.  I 
Travers,  19G.  I 
Tytler,  250. 
Watson,  13. 
Wescombe,  155. 
Westcombe,  157. 


PEDIGREES  FROM 
HER.^.LDS'  VISITATIONS. 


MONUMENTAL 

IN.SCRIPTIONS. 
St.  Olave,  Hart  Street,  with 
Annotations,  30,  71,  107, 
142.  193,  234,  275,  31G. 


OBITUARY. 

George  Grazebrook. 


London  Pedigrees 
Coats  of  Arms,  127 

218.  273,  317. 
Abell,  127. 
Allanson.  173. 
Amory.  127. 
Andrews,  127. 
Anion,  123. 
Anthony,  128. 
Ash  well,  129. 
Avenon,  173. 
Avery,  174. 
Backhouse,  175. 


AND 

173. 


Barsted,  218. 

Basford  (Beresford).  219. 

Basse,  219. 

Bateman.  219. 

Baxter,  220. 

Beecher,  220. 

Beyston.  273. 

Blackwell.  273. 

Bolton.  273,  274. 

Bond,  274. 

Bonsoy,  317. 


Sussex  Visitation-.  Addenda 
to  the  printed.  2.  52.  102, 

137.  169,  215.  268,  292. 
Apsley,  lOG. 
Ballard,  170. 
Bowyer,  105. 
Byndlos,  52. 
Bysshe,  6. 
Collins,  138. 
Compton,  216. 
Cradock.  140. 
Dyke,  169. 
Forster,  3,  4,  139. 
Grey.  56. 
Kemp,  56. 
Mascall.  26S.  - 
Middleton,  141. 
Oliver,  4. 
Powell,  53. 
Reve.  141. 
Roberts,  140. 
Sharpe.  137. 
Shelley,  103. 
Smith,  269. 
Snelling.  2. 
Stanley,  53. 
Stapley,  292. 
Turner.  54. 
Warnett.  215. 
Wase,  104. 
West.  3. 
Wood,  293. 


O.XFORDSUIRE,  VISITATION 

OF,  166S-9.  121,  161,  201 

241.  281. 
Dormer,  201. 
Fettiplace,  241. 
Halloway.  121. 
Sheldon,  281. 
Tipping,  161. 


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CONTENTS. 


PAEISH  REGISTER. 

Shere,   Surrey.  1547— 1G03, 
166,  211,  2(50,  306. 


REVIEWS. 

Parish  Res:isters  of  Gran- 
tham. 1562—163-2,  240. 

Parish  Registers  of  Alford 
and  Rigsbv.  153S— 1(!80. 
240. 

Visitation  of  Lincolnshire. 

1666,  240. 
History  of   the  Family  of 

JIaunsell,  320. 


WILLS. 

Bate,  19S.  237. 
Bathnrst,  230.  3 IS. 
Bavnin?,  278.' 
Beilers,  249. 
Bestney,  236. 
Capony,  276. 
Carlos,  83,  160. 
Corsellis,  152. 
Davison,  78. 
Deane.  37. 
Debuke,  235. 

Fettiplace.  95,  100.  184.  191, 
20S,  244—249,  282—289. 
291. 

Fog--,  145. 

Frithe,  110. 

Gwynne.  209. 

Haddon,  72,  73. 


Highlord,  108. 
Inprram,  116. 
Mew,  295. 
Mills,  279. 
Pepys,  74. 
Potter,  146. 
Radclife,  275. 
Ray,  113. 
Riccard,  194. 
Shovell.  303. 
Wall,  280. 


KENTISH  WILLS— GENEA- 
LOGICAL EXTRACTS 
FROM  SIXTEENTH 
CENTURY.  8.  64.  9U.  131, 
176,  221.  270,  314. 


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LIST  OF  ILLUSTRATIONS 


PlOE 

Arms  of  Allan  Hovell  of  Plymouth   1 

Arms  of  Richard  Elken   26 

Arms  op  Sir  James  Deane     .      .      .      .    '   36 

Arms  of  Nisbets  of  Carfin   44 

Arms  of  Thomas  Whyte   60 

Arms  of  Sir  Richard  Haddon   72 

Arms  of  Samuel  Pepys                                                              74,  278 

Arms  of  Edward  Kendal  Jones   76 

Arms  of  Robert  Taylor   77 

Arms  of  Monkhouse  Davison   77 

Arms  of  Col.  William  Carlos   81 

Bookplates  of  Thomas  Hedges,  Esq.,  and  the  Right  Hon. 

Sir  Charles  Hedges,  Knt                                        .      facing  87 

Brass  to  John  Fettiplace  of  Qffington  in  Sparsholt 

Church  „  98 

Arms  of  Harry  Archer  of  Theydon  Gernon   101 

Arms  of  John  Highlord  •  107 

Arms  of  William  Frith   Ill 

Arms  of  Robert  Charlton   112 

Arms  of  Walter  Ray   113 

Arms  of  Thomas  Bewley  .115 

Arms  of  Robert  Ingram   115 

Arms  of  Alexander  Smith   116 

Arms  of  Halloway  of  Oxfordshire   121 

Arms  of  Gelly  Merick  of  Basarden   130 

Arms  of  Philipes  Farewell   144 

Arms  of  Robert  Tullock   I'lS 

Arms  of  Rev.  David  Laing   1-*'^ 

Heraldry  in  Window  in  St.  Olave's  Church,  Hart  St.         facing  149 


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viii  LIST  OF  ILLrSTRATIONS. 

Arj[.s  of  Tippixo  of  Chequers   Id 

Arms  of  Joiix  AVeld  of  Loxdox   171. 

Brass  of  'Williaje  Fettipeace  (152S)  axd  his  Wife  Eliza- 
beth IX  Cinr.DUEY  Church  facing  iS5i 

Brasses  to  Dame  Susan  Kixgestox  "Vo^'ess,"  Shalstox 
Church,  axd  to  Edmuxd  Fettiplace  of  Besselsleigh 

axd  his  Wife  ^Margaret  ix  Marcham  Church      .       .  ]87 

Arms  of  Arthur  Herrys   217 

Arms  of  Thomas  Deeuke   235 

Arms  of  Bestxey   .      f      ,      _      _  230 

Arms  of  Tytler   253  254 

Arms  of  Fraser-Tytler  .       .       .   255 

Arms  of  Johx  Cosyx   .■)57 

Arms  of  Radceiffe   075 

Arms  of  Peter  Capoxy  *      .       .       .       .  27G 

Arms  of  Andrew  Baynjxge   277 

Arms  of  Fettiplace   290 

SuLLiYAX  Bookplates  facing  297 

Bookplate  of  John  Sullivan   298 

Arms  of  Werder   32 g 


Miijccllanca  dScncalorsica  ct  f  eraldicH, 


GRANT  OF  ARMS  TO  ALLAN  lIOYEf.L  OF  PLYMOUTH  BY  EDWARD 
BYSSHE,  GARTER  PRIXCIPAL  KING  OF  ARMS,  5  AUGUST  1652.* 


To  ell  and  Sino-uler  luuo  whome  these  presents  shall  come  Edward  Bysshe 
Esq  Garter  princip^all  Kinge  of  Armes  of  Eofrlishmen  sende:h  Greeting-  whereas  it 
hath  beene  an  auncient  custouie  &  to  this  day  is  continewed  That  all  estates  & 
decrees  of  men  haue  beene  &  are  distinguished  eacli  from  otiiers  by  sundrie  markes 
&  sif'nes  called  Armes  beinge  the  outwarde  demonstrations  &  remembrances  either 
of  valour  in  the  time  of  warr  or  of  vertuous  endeanors  iu  the  time  of  peace  and 
that  they  should  not  remayne  alone  to  the  Atchieuers  dureinge  this  life  soe  short 
&  transitorie  but  should  continewe  &  be  perpetuated  to  posteruie  And  forasmuch 
as  M^  \Uan  Houell  the  sonne  of  iP  Joshuah  Houell  of  Plymouth  in  the  County  of 
Deuon  mprchant  the  sonne  of  Richard  Houell  whoe  spent  the  greatest  part  of  his 
life  in  forai<-ne  partes  is  not  well  assured  what  Armes  his  Auncestors  haue  borne 
and  hath  desired  such  Armes  as  he  may  lawfullie  beare  without  the  preiudice  of 
any  Knowe  ye  therefore  that  haueitige  seriouslie  considered  the  premisses  as  allso 
the  worth  of  the  sayd  ^P  Houell  &  his  great  &  comendable  trauails  into  Spaine 
Portu'-all  &  other  remote  partes  I  haue  thought  fitt  to  assigne  unto  him  the  Armes 
hereafter  mentioned  viz*  Sable  a  nosse  Or  on  a  cluefe  vndee  Ermine  three Jioivers  de 
luce  gules  And  for  a  creast  on  a  helmet  lefittinge  his  degree  and  a  Torse  of  his  colours 

*  Commumcated  by  T.  A.  C.  Attwood,  Es.^.,  F.S.A.,  from  the  original  grant  in  his 


possession. 


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VOL.  II.,  SERIES  V. 


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MISCELLANEA  GEKEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 


vppon  a  BiUowe  argent  A-  azure  a  sea  horse  ermine  scaled  mailed  and  iaylcd  salle 
mantled  gules  doubled  argent  as  in  the  morofeiit  more  linelie  is  depicted  Avhicli 
Amies  and  croast  and  enerie  partt  thereof  I  the  sayd  Edward  Bysshe  Garter 
priucipall  Kinge  of  Armes  of  Engh'shmeu  by  power  &  anthpritie  of  the  letters 
patents  of  mine  Office  made  vnto  me  under  the  Create  scale  of  England  doc  by 
these  presents  assigne  giue  graunt  ratify  &  confirme  vnto  tlie  aforesayd  Allan 
Honell  &  to  his  brethren  and  to  his  and  their  posteritie  to  be  borne  by"liim  and 
them  with  their  due  differences  accordinge  to  the  lawes  and  customes'of  Arnies 
foreuer  In  wittnesse  whereof  I  the  sayd"  Garter  principall  Kinge  of  Armes  of 
Englishmen  hane  caused  the  scale  of  mine  Office  to  be  herevnto  affixed  and  haue 
with  mine  owne  hand  signed  the  san-e  Dated  in  the  Office  of  Armes  in  the  Citty 
of  London  the  fiift  day  of  August  in  the  yeare  of  our  Lorde  Gud  One  thousand  six 
hundred  fiftie  &  two. 

E.  Bysshe  Garter  Principall  King  of 
Armes  of  Englishmen. 


^ititntia  to  t\)t  piiiitet?  SFt^itadi^ns  of  Bxmt^ 
from  l&arlnaii  iH^.  iotg  hi  t\)t 

The  title-page  to  this  MS.  is  as  follows,  viz.  :— 

A  cop)pie  of  i  The  Visitation  of  the  Countie  of  |  Sussex  made  an"  1C33  and 
163i  by  I  John  Phillipot  Esq.  Somersett,  and  |  George  Owen  Esq.  York,  Heraulds  j 
Marshalls  and  Deputies  co  Sir  |  John  Boroughs  Kt.  Garter  &  S''  |  Richard  S'  George 
Knight,  Clarenceux,  |  Kings  of  Armes. 

It  contains  65  pedigrees  and  arms  which  are  not  given  in  the  Visitations  of 
Sussex  1530  and  1633-4.  published  by  the  Uarleian  Societv. 

Any  particulars  given  within  [  ]  are  not  in  the 'MS.,  but  supplementary 
information  obtained  from  other  sources. 


[Harl.  1076,  fo.  O*'.] 

The  following  arms  are  given,  \\z. -.—  Vert,  a  chevron  hetween  three  hinds'  heads 
coiqied  or;  impaling,  Qiiarterhj :  1  and  4,  Argent,  on  a  mount  vert  a  lull 
statant  gules,  armed  or,  among  rushes  of  the  second  ;  2,  Gules,  a  chevron 
betiveen  three  birds  [?hairl:s']  argent;  3,  Argent,  a  chevron  gules  charged 
with  a-  crescent  for  difference,  between  three  bulls'  heads  couped  sable. 

Crest.— .4;;  arm  embowed  vested  vert,  the  hand  proper  brandishing  a  falchion  of  tlie 
last,  hilt  and pomel  and  ivith  a  cord  about  the  arm  with  a  tassel  all  or. 

[The  impalement  is  Ridley.  For  pedigree  see  "Visiiations  of  Sussex,"  Harl. 
Soc,  vol.  liii.,  in  which  the  above  Arms  are  omitted.] 


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[Harl.  107G,  fos.  13^  li.] 

Arms. — Azi/re,  a  bend  wavy  between  two  tjriji/is'  heads  erased  or. 
Crkst. — .4  griffin  s  head  erased  per  pale  iranj  or  and  azure. 


Richard  West  of , 


in  com.  Oxoii. 


I 

Richard  AVest  of  Comiier  in  com.  Berksh,' 


©This  W""  sold  divers  Tents:  of  Lands  to  a  good 
vahie  in  Paringto'  in  com.  Berks  &  had  lands  iu 
Stanlake  More  &  Coraner. 


©William  West  of^Arford 
I^Iore  &  Stanlake  in  da.  of 
com.  Berks. 


William  West  of  Staulake=FJone  da.  of 


.  Collyer  of  Barford  in  com.  Oxon. 


Thomas  West- 
of  Clifford  Inn 
gent,  eldest 
Sonne  living 
1634. 


=CeciIl  da.  &  sole 
heire  of  Rich. 
Bellingham  2"^^ 
brother  of  Ed- 
ward Bellingham 
father  to  Ed- 
ward Bellingha' 
that  now  is. 


Joseph  West= 
of  the  Cliff 
Lewis 
Sus- 


rieere 
in  com 
sex  3 
1634. 


:  Jane  da.  of  Geo. 
Michelborneof 
Newick  by 
Margar'  d.  & 
coh.  of 
Reynesof  Nor- 
worth. 


1  I  I 
Elizab. 

Elinor. 

Frances. 


2.  Henry.    Walter  West  eldest  sonne.    3.  Thomas.    Bellingham  yongest 


Jforstfr  of  CroUou, 

[Harl.  107G,  fo.  IG''.] 

Arms.— ;S'«We,  on  a  chevron  argent  betireen  three  pheons  or,  as  many  escallop  shells 
of  the  field. 

Crest. — A  roebuck's  head  erased  argent.,  attired,  collared,  and  lined  or.   P""  R.  C[ooke] 
Clarenceux. 

Robt.  Forster  of  Knighton  in  com.  Wigorn=j=.  .  .  .  d.  of .  .  .  .  Cooke. 


Richard  Forster  of  Knighton  &■  Newenham^pEliz.  da.  of  Rich.  Acton. 


Thomas  Forster  of  Trotton=pConstance  d.  &  one  of  the  heires  of  S''  Roger 
Lewknor  Kt.  of  Trotton  in  Sussex. 


Anthony  Forster  of  Trotton  Esq.=Eliz.  da.  of .  .  .  .  Buckland. 

By  race  Freelond  Taylour  for  Mr.  Forster. 

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MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HEKALDICA. 


iffov^ttv  of  Battle. 

[Harl.  107G,  fos.  48  and  48".] 

-QvarlnJy :  1  and  4,  Argent,  a  chevron  vert  helirem  three  bugle-horns  strmqed 
sable;  2  Argent  on  a  bend  sable  three  martlets  or;  3,  Argent,  on  a  bend 
rr  '"^I'^'^'i       '         ^'<^'^'^'  caboshedor,  over  edl  a  crescent  for  difference. 

Lrl.-^t.— ^  buck  statant  sable,  attired  or. 


Ai?iis.- 


_[For_  pedio-ree  see  "Visitations  of  Sussex,"  Harl.  Roc,  vol. 
Visitation  of  Hertfordshire,"  Harl.  Soe.,  vol.  xxii.,  p.  143.] 


p.  18,  and 


(Blihcv  of  ^t\m^. 

[Harl.  107C,  fo.  30.] 

The  following  arms  are  given,  viz.  -.- Argent,  a  cubit  arm  issuing  from  clouds  on 
the  suuster  side  of  the  shield,  the  hand  graspi,u/  Inj  the  wrist  another  dexter 
hand  appaume  erect  and  erased,  all  proper. 

Crest.— .4  martlet  argent,  in  the  beal:  a  sprig  vert. 

[Harl.  6164,  fo.  12.] 

Gives  the  arms  of  Oliver  ss:~Azure,  a  cubit  arm  issuing  from  clouds  on  the 
sinister  sule,  the  hand  grasping  another  de.der  hand  bg  the  tcrist,  the  hand 
appaume  erect,  all  proper,  the  luiter  hand  couped  gules  and  droppinq  blood 

AO  crest  IS  given.  rij- 

[These  arras  are  thus  blazoned  among  the  quarterings  of  Palmer  in  Harl  156-' 
e  c.  lor  pedigree  see  "Visitations  of  Sussex,"  Harl.  See.,  vol.  liii.,  in  which  the 
above  arms  are  omitted.] 


[Harl.  1076,  fos.  90,  90^^  91,  91",  and  92.] 
XK^^.~Qi(arierlg  of  sixteen :  ],  Byshe  ;  2,  Clare;  Z,  Gournay;  4,  Or,  semee 
of  feurs-de-lis  sable,  Marcy  ;   5,  Gules,  a  hind  trippant  argent,  Byshe  • 
b,  iriizbEFFRY;  7,  Per  cross  or  and  azure,  in  the  first  and  fourth  a  rose 
gules,   in   the  second  and  third  a  fleur-de-lis  of  the  first,  Bdrstowf  • 

8  LdMOXDS;  9,  WOKIx\DOX;  10,  ZOUCHE  ;  11,  CaXTILOWE  ;  12,  MARSHALL- 
13,  IXGE;  14,  REDrsGHURSI  ;  15,  I)e  MaLO  LaCU  :  16,  WlXTERsH ULL  • 
over  all  a  martlet  for  difference. 

nex[fdl'i,fj  l^l"2«ied  here  will  easily  be  found  by  name  in  the  coat  on  the 

[On  fo.  90^] 

A.^^s.—Qv  arte  rig  offortg:  1,  Or,  a  chevron  l>etween  three  roses  gules,  Bysshe  •  Or 
three  chevronets  gules,  a  label  of  five  points  sable,  Clare  ;  3,  Gules  three  lion's 
passant  in  pale  argent,  GiFFORD  ;  4,  Palg  of  six  or  and  azure,  Gourn^y  • 
0,  bable,  semte  de  lis  or,  Marcy  ;  6,  Argent,  fretty  vert,  Deden  ;  7,  Barn/ of 
SIX  azure  and  argent,  a  label  of  five  points  gules,  De  Martin  ;  8,  Gules,  a 
hind  trippant  argent,  Bysshe  ;  9,  Sable,  a  fess  between  six  mullets  argent, 
CAD.SALL;  10,  Sable,  a  Jess  or,  Ax.stie  ;  11,  Gules,  a  fess  vaire,  }Ior^il  ; 
Azure,  a  chief  cherpig  or  and  gules,  PiEitroNT  ;  13,  Per  cross  or  and  gules, 


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a  bord lire  va ire,  FiTZirEFYKY  ;  14,  Gules,  three  hmv'ks  argent,  Burstowe  ; 
15,  Per  cross  or  and  azure,  in  the  firsl  and  fourth  a  rose  gides,  in  the  second 
and  third  afieur-de-lis  of  the  first]  BuRSTOWE  ;  16,  Gules,  three  palets  vaire, 
on  a  chief  or  as  many  ogresses,  Chastillox  ;  17,  Argent,  tu-o  bars  gules, 
thereon  three  martlets  or  [?  ]\Iartix]  ;  18,  Or,  three  chevronels  braced  in  base 
sable,  on  a  chief  of  the  second  as  mnnij  bezants,  De  St.  Amoxd  ;  19,  Argent, 
afess  dancettee  and  in  chief  .three  martlets  gules,  all  v:ithina  bordure  engrailed 
sable,  Edmoxds;  20,  Gules,  a  lion  rampant  argent,  crowned  or,  Wokixdon"  ; 
21,  Gules,  a  cherron  ermine  between  ten  bezants,  Zouche  ;  22,  Ermine, 
Brittaixe  ;  23,  Gules,  three  fieurs-de-lis  or,  Caxtilowe  ;  24,  Azure,  semee 
of  cross-crosslets  and  a  lion  rampant  or,  Bruis  ;  25,  Gules,  two  bendlets,  the 
upper  or,  the  lower  argent,  Fitzosborxe  ;  20,  Gules,  five  fusils  conjoined  in 
fess  or,  Xewmarch  ;  27,  Gules,  two  bendlets  wavg  or,  Brewer  ;  28,  Per 
pale  or  and  vert,  a  lion  rampant  gules,  Marshall  ;  29,  Chevrony  or  and 
gules,  Stroxgbow  ;  30,  Gules,  three  lions  passant  in  pale  argent,  Gifford  ; 
31,  Sable,  three  garbs  argent,  MacMurgh  ;  32,  Or,  semee  of  cross-crosslets 
and  a  lion  rampant  azure,  Lovell  ;  33,  Argent,  two  bars  a.ncl  a  canton  gules, 
De  Bosco  ;  34,  Or,  a  chevron  vert,  IxGE  ;  35,  Per  saltire  or  and  azure, 
Redixghurst  ;  36,  Or,  on  a  bend  sable  three  eagles  displayed  argent,  De 
Malo  Lacu  ;  37,  Argent,  a  chevron  sable,  "\Yaxtox  ;  38,  Gules,  three  lions' 
gambs  erased,  claivs  doivnward  argent,  ifithm  a  bordure  or,  Neavdigate  ; 
39,  Azure,  three  sinister  hands,  couped  appaume,  i\lALilAiXE  ;  40,  Or,  two  bars 
gules  and  a  label  sable,  Wixtershull. 
Crests. — 1.  .4  hind  trippant  argent. 

2.  On  a  cap  of  maintenance  a  hind  trippant  argent. 

3.  From  a  cap  of  maintenance  a  demi-lion  rampant  or. 

4.  From  a  coronet  a  man's  Jiead  in  profile  [blank]. 

5.  On  a  coronet  a  horse's  head  erased  ermine. 

6.  A  dragon's  head  and  wings,  couped  purpure,  scaled  or. 

7.  A  garb  or,  entwined  witli  a  snake  gules,  the  upper  part  issuing  from  the 

garb. 

[Ou  fo.  91b.] 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  twelve :  1,  Bysshe,  with  a  crescent  on  the  chevron;  2,  Clare; 
3,  GouRXAY  ;  4,  Or,  se^nee  of  fleurs-de-lis  sable,  Marcy  ;  5,  Gules,  a  hind 
trippant  argent,  Badsall  ;  6,  Per  cross  or  and  azure,  in  the  first  and  fourth  a 
rose  gules,  in  tlie  second  and  third  a  fleur-de-lis  of  the  first ;  7,  Edmoxds  ; 
8,  WOKIXGDOX  ;  9,  ZouCHE  ;  10,  Caxtilowe  ;  11,  MARSHALL  ;  12,  Argent, 
a  human  leg  couped  above  the  hnee  sable,  gartered  below  the  knee  or,  Giljiyx. 

[The  quarterings  not,  blazoued  will  be  found  in  tlic  large  shield,  folio  90'',  by 
their  name.] 

[On  fo.  92.] 

Arms. — Quarterly  of  forty  :  1  and  40,  Bysshe,  with  a  crescent  on  the  chevron ; 
2,  Clare  ;  3,  Gifford  ;  4,  Gourxay  ;  5,  Sable,  semee  de  lis  oi;  ]Marcy  [it 
-will  be  observed  that  in  both  the  large  shields  this  coat  is  given  with  the 
field  sable  and  the  fleurs-de-lis  or,  whereas  in  both  the  smaller  shields  these 
colours  are  reversed]  ;  6,  De  Deu  ;  7,  De  Martin  ;  8,  Gules,  a  hind 
trippant  argent,  Bysshe  ;*  9,  Badsall  -,  10,  Axstie  ;  11,  Horxe  ;  12,  Pier- 
pox  t  ;  13,'^FitzGeffry  ;  14,  Burstowe  ;  15,  Burstowe;  16,  Chastillox; 
17,  [?Martix]  ;  18,  De  St.  Amoxd  ;   19,  Ed.moxds  ;  20,  Wokixdox  ; 

*  This  coat  is  given  as  Badsall  on  folio  yi**  above  aud  also  on  the  frontispiece  in  the 
"  Visitation  of  Surrey  1002 — 8,"  Harl.  Soc,  but  it  will  be  noticel  that  it  appears  in  all  other 
cases  as  Bysshe  in  this  MS.,  and  another  coat  is  blazoned  for  Badsall. 


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21,  ZouCHE  ;  22,  BraTTAi.vE  ;  23,  Camilowe;  24,  Bruis  ;  25,  Fm- 
OsBORXE  ;  2G,  Xew:uarch  ;  27,  Brewee  ;  28,  Marshall;  2'J,  Stroxg- 

BOW;  30,  GiFFORD;  31,  MacMuRGH  ;  32,  LOVELL  ;  33,  De  BoSCO  ; 
34,  IxGE  ;  35,  Argent,  a  human  leg,  coupcd  above  the  knee,  gartered  below  the 
hiee  or,  Gil^iyn  ;  36,  Vert,  on  a  cross  between  four  eagles  displayed  argent  a 
cross  'patce  gules,  Fen>;er  ;  37,  Gules,  three  cross-bows  argent,  the  stocks  or, 
Skyxxer  ;  38,  Gules,  a  chevron  engrailed  between  three  hawl's  argent  [blank]  ; 
39,  Argent,  three  bears'  [or  woh'es"]  heads  erased  sable  [blank]. 
Crests. — 1.  Frovi  a  coronet  or  a  double-headed  eagle  disjilayed  sable,  gorged  iviih  an 
annulet  of  the  coronet. 

2.  A  hind  trippant  argent,  charged  on  the  shoulder  with  a  crescent  for 
difference,  Gilmyx. 

3.  An  eagle  displayed  argent,  Fexner. 


[The  coats  not  blazoned  here  will  easily  be  found  by  name  in  the  shield  on 
fo.  90".] 

Joh'esde]aBjssh=pIsabella  fil.  &  bar.  Will'm  fratris  &  bar.  Johis. 
46  E.  3.  I  fil.  &  har.  Johis.  de  Barstowe  militis. 


Thomas  De  la  Bysshe  Will'm  De  la  Bysshe^^Iaria  fih  et  bar.  Galfridi  Michaell  De 
miles  fil.  et  bar.  15  R.  2.  Edmonds  de  Burstowe.     la  Bysshe. 


Will'm  De  la  Bysshe  miles  14  H.  5  et=^Elizabetha  fil  Wokindou  de  com 

36  H.  6.  I  Essex. 


Joh'es  Bysshe  de  Burstowe=pJoanna  filia  &  bai'.  OHverii  Ri'c.  Bysshe,  cler.  Piector 
in  com.  Surria,  Ar.  38  H.  6.    La  Zoiiche  mil.  ecclesife  de  Burstowe. 


I  I 

Joh'es  Bysshe  (le— Johanna  fil.      har.  Juh'is    Willi'mus Bvsshe=r  da.  ofTho- 

Burstoweincom.    Redin,o:ers  als.  Kediiiuburst  2  filius  Johis.     i  mas  Slifeild  de 

^^urrife,  Ar.  fil.et    de   Redinghurst   in   com.  Bysshe  de  Bur-  !  Slifeild  in  com. 

hfu-.                     Surria3  Ar.  stow.                 j  Sur.  Ar. 


Will'm  Bysshe  de  Bur--^Jana  fil.  &  har.  R..berii       Robertns  Bysshe- 


stowe  Ar.  fil.  et  har 
36  II.  8 


Wintt-rshull  de  Winters- 
hull  in  com.  Sur.  Ar. 


de  Worth  in  com. 
Sussex. 


filia 
Bos- 


tock. 


Joh'es  Bysshe  deBurstowe=r       Joh'es  Bysshe  de=f:>[ercia  fil.  et  har.  Tho  Gvlmin 


m  com.  Sur.  Ar.  a°  2  &  3 
Phil,  et  Maria:- 


Worth  in  com.  j  de  Burstow  in  com.  Sur.  Ar. 
Sussex. 


Thomas  Bysshe  dcyAnna  fil.  Joh'is    Johannis  Bysshe=pMercia  filia  Job'is 

Bysshe  de  Burstowe 
in  com,  Surr.  Ar. 


Burstowe  in  com. 
Surrias  Ar. 

A  B 


Bysshe  de  Worth  de  Worth  in  com. 
in  com.  Sussex.  Sussex. 

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illSCRLLAN^EA  GENEALOGlCA  ET  HERALDlCA. 


7 


Martha 
ux.  Aut. 
Emery 
de  Surry. 


r 

Thomas 

coelebs 

1G33. 


I 

Joli'es  Bysshe  de  Pycombe=^ 
in  com.  Sussex,  Rector  j 
ecc!esia3 ibidem  duxit  ' 
jlarg^  da.  of  Francis  Kill-  \ 
ingbeclc  of  ...  .  in  com.  \ 
YorJce*  ' 


I 

"\^  illi"mus= 
Bysshe 
de  Worth 
in  com. 
Sussex. 


=Margfxreta 
soror  Rogeri 
James  de  Ry 
gate  in  com. 
Sur.  Militis. 


1.  Chris- 
to2)hc):^ 


2.  John.''    3.  Thomas. 


Rogerus 
Bysshe. 


Marsi'areta. 


I 

Sara. 


Ursuhi. 


i  I  I 
Thomas. 


David. 


Willim. 


Jana. 


Anna  ux.Tho. 
Whealas  [?] 
in  com.  Sus- 
sex. 


i\lercia  ux. 
lioger 
Clerk  de 
London. 


These  two  entries  aio  written 
over  others  partly  rubbed  out. 


Edv'us  Bysshe  de= 
Burstowe  in  com. 
Surrite  Ar.  til.  efc 
bar.  et  de  Hospitio 
Lincolniensis.  ob. 
June  1G55. 


rMaria  filia 
Joh'es  Tur- 
ner de  Ham 
in  Com. 
Surrice  Ar. 


II  I  II  II 

Thomas.  [Sir]t  Kdv^is=[]\rargreG]t  d.  of  [Johnlf  Greene  Maria.  Anna. 

—  Bysshe  Garter      [of  Boyshall  in  com.  Essex]!  S^i'"  —  — 

Johannes.  King  of  Arraes.    geant  at  Lawe.  Sara.  Jana. 


Erasmus  Bysshe  de  Rygate  in  Surry  1623  fil. 
5  diixit  Juliana'  filia'  Anchi'  Alchin  relicta' 
Prancisci  Richardson  de  Rygate. 


Johannes. 


I  I 

Cathc- 


Joani 


I 

Anna  ux. 
Tobyas 
Kemp 
de  CO. 
Southt. 


Ursula,  ux 
Jo.  Cud- 
ingtun  de 
Leigh  in 
Com.  Sur. 


Mercia. 


Walterus  Bysshe  de^^Margareta  Mathew    Richardus  Bysshe    Johannes  By.~.-he  de 


Rygate  in  com. 
Surry  4  filius. 


relicta  Willielmi 
Sheffeild. 


filius  et  iieres  obiit 
coelebs  sine  prole. 


BristoU  fil.  3  habuic 
exitu'.  =f= 


Walterus.      Erasmus  Bysshe.      Robertus.  Ursula. 


(To  be  continued.) 


*  The  matter  in  italics  is  in  a  later  baud. 

t  The  additions  are  from  the  "  Visitation  of  Surrey,  1G62— 08,"  Harl.  Soc. 


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MISCELLANEA  GEXEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 


GENEALOGICAL  EXTRACTS  FROM  SIXTEEXTH-CENTURY  WILLS 
IN  THE  CONSISTORY  COURT  AT  CANTERBURY. 

'fnf'^'  f ^      '^"^  f'^r  "  possession  which  is  iu  the 

?F  \  .^'''^'k'  Taylor  Smytlie,  Esq.,  of  Maidstone,  and  a  pencil  note  therein 
states  that  it  was  begun  8  Nov.  1842  ac  8  o'clock  iu  the  evenin-.  The  Euracts 
commence  at  1451  and  end  at  1731.  J^^naci^ 
On  referring  to  the  Caleudar  of  the  Wills,  it  seems  that  this  MS.  does  not 
conta m  extracts  of  all  the  ^\  ills  in  that  Court.  Mr.  Smythe,  however,  appears  to 
m,[cl,  n  Idirff "^^-'"^  "'^^  avclia^ological  notes  of  the  principal  Wills,  which  supp  ; 
much  additional  information  to  the  various  "Visitations  of  Kent '' as  well  as  to 
many  impor  ant  families  not  referred  to  iu  the  Heral.ls'  Visitations 
_  ^^here  the  extract  of  any  will  in  this  MS.  does  not  contain  any  o-enealo-ical 
luformation  it  has  beeo  omitted.  ^  otueaio^icai 


VOLUME  V. 


fo.  3.  ^^  ILLIAM  HiLLYS,  gent.  To  be  buried  in  the  parish  church  of  Waltham 
Adhere  he  is  a  Parishioner,  flis  feollee  .John  Swaync  of  Lymino-e  and  F.ustace 
a  Cure  of  Waltham  aforesaid,  of  and  in  all  his  puiparties  ot^xll  tl  o  lands  and 
tenements,  fermys,  services,  rents,  woods,  etc.,  in  he  said  parish  of  Waltham  and 

Hilt  '^:::^V'/'!r''i-?^^f''  ^^^mersham,  whlh  /ate  Vere  o  "  hom^^^ 
Hil  gent.,  his  father,  whilst  he  lived  of  the  parish  of  Clvffe,  to  have  and  to  hold 
0  them  their  heirs  and  assigns  to  the  use  of  the  said  John  Swayne  and  h  s  l  ei  s 
or  evermore  upon  condiuon  that  the  said  John  Swayn  shall  pay  for  every  p'ce  e  o 
t l  e  same  lands  etc.  m  the  said  parishes  that  is  clerely  value  of  12d.  bv  vere  cle.r  of 
all  outgoings  13s.  4d.,  according  to  the  barsaio  and  sale  late  by  him  to  the  said  John 
Swayne  and  Eustace  made,  and  the  moifey  thereof  coming^o  be  d  s^sed  of  b? 
h  s  ex  ors  for  his  sou  's  health,  etc.,  and  that  the  residue  of  h  r'purpartie 
undisposed  of  in  all  his  lands,  tenements,  etc.,  which  he  hath  or  by  r  S  of 
r^Sn'ir^S::^f'^^^  '-"the  county  of  Kent  as  dsew^herS'shal 

p'Se  Chi  t  V  Pv  Vi'^'^V  '".^      ^'^  Sir  Robert 

riniiele,  bhantiy  1  re=t  there.    Dated  26  Dec.  1408.    Proved  4  Feb.  1498. 

c'l'    ^^^HOLAS  Garlonp,  Fellow  or  Chaplain  peri)ctual  ,.f  the  Colle-e  of 


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fo.  28.  Margaret  Rothman,  late  the  wife  of  John  Kothman.  Her  body  to 
be  buried  in  the  churchyard  of  Oryscys  Church  beside  the  Sepulture  of  her  husband. 
Proved  i  June  1499. 


fo.  31.  Thomas  Godfrk  of  tlie  ville  of  Lyd.  To  be  buried  iu  the  churchyard 
of  the  Churcli  of  Lyd.  Margaret  his  wife.  John  Godfre  his  brother.  John  his 
son.    His  daugluers.    Trovcd  D  June  U99. 


fo.  34.  IMargkry,  widow  of  Andrew  Bate.  To  be  buried  in  the  Cluirch  of 
Lyd.    Proved  G  June  1499. 


fo.  44.  William  Robesart  of  Minster  iu  Shcpey.  His  lands  and  tenements 
within  the  Shyre  of  Kent  called  Pistoke  to  Cecilia  his  wife  for  term  of  her  life,  and 
after  her  decease  lie  wills  that  the  Prioress  and  Convent  of  St.  Sixborough  in  the 
Isle  of  Shepie  shall  have  ail  the  said  lauds  yerely  for  evermore  for  the  use  of  a 
Solerau  Obit  and  other  such  conditions  therein  mentioned.  Dated  tlie  Gth  of  July 
the  3rd  of  Richard  the  3rd.    Proved  19  Aug.  1499. 


fo.  68.  William  Westborx  of  St.  Alphage,  Canterbury.  To  be  buried  in  the 
churchyard  of  the  Monastery  of  St.  Austin  besyde  Canterbury  nigh  the  burial  place 
of  Alyce  his  late  mother  there.    Dated  23  April  150U. 


fo.  72.  Henry  Barling  of  Egerton.  Alicia  his  wife.  Anne  his  daughtei-. 
Robert  and  Henry  his  sons.    Proved  2  June  1500. 


fo.  73.  Elizabeth  Barlyng  of  Egerton,  widow.  Anne  her  daughter.  AYife 
of  Richard  Barlyng  ofEgertou.    Proved  19  May  1500. 


fo.  78.  Joank  Foule,  widow.  To  be  buried  in  the  parish  church  of  Wye  next 
the  sepulture  of  William  Searlys  her  husband,  before  the  cross  there.  Proved 
2  May  1500. 


VOLUME  VL 

fo.  5.  William  att  See  of  the  parish  of  Heme.  To  be  buried  in  the 
churchyard  of  St.  Martin  of  Heme,  the  5  cliildren  of  Eleanor  his  daughter. 
Katherine  his  wife.  AVilliam  his  son.  To  Katlierine  his  wife  the  tenement  in 
which  he  then  dwelt  with  40  acres  of  laud  next  adjoining  to  the  same,  and  10  acres 
of  land  lying  next  the  Bekyn  in  the  parish  of  Herne  aforesaid  for  term  of  her  life. 
Remainder  to  William  his  son  and  his  heirs  and  assigns  for  evermore,  and  tlie  heirs 
of  his  body  lawfully  begotten.  Remainder  to  Elea^nor  his  daughter  tor  term  of 
her  life.  Remainder  to  Rubert  att  See,  son  of  Blenry  att  See,  to  remain  to  him,  his 
heirs  and  assigns  for  evermore.    Proved  12  Oct.  1500.- 


fo.  27.  William:  Culpepyr,  Esq.,  of  the  parish  of  Aylesford.  To  be  buried 
m  the  Church  of  St.  Peter  of  Aylesford  in  our  Ladies  Chapel  there  l^efore  the  image 
of  St.  Michael,  next  unto  Margaret  late  his  wife.  He  wills  that  Edward  Culpepyr 
his  SOD  have  all  his  lands  and  tenements,  etc.,  in  Kent,  Essex  aud  Worcester,  etc., 
to  hold  to  him  and  to  the  issue  male  of  his  bodie  lawfully  begotten.  Remainder  in 
like  manner  to  Ursula,  wife  of  John  Tudor,  his  daughter.  Remainder  to  Margery 
Lymo'r  his  daughter  in  like  manner.  Remainder  to  the  right  heirs  of  him  and  his 
said  wife  Margaret.  Philippa  daughter  of  the  said  John 'Tudor.  Katherine  and 
Elizabeth  daughters  of  Edward  Culpepyr  his  son.    Dated  12  June  1499. 


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C'nrJ  1,;,;  '^/O^^HIN-  of  the  pansh  of  St.  Elphis  within  the  Citv  of 

chi  HrPn  •  T  P  T'^  p'^'""  .''"''""''^  ^"^^^  ^'^^''^J'  "^Sh  unto"  her 
15  J  in   1 -of    Penynton,  Parson  of  St.  Elphis.    Dated  7  An-   1500.  Proved 


VOLUME  VII. 

fo  0.    WiLLiA.M  Maycott  of  the  Towne  of  Fordewiche.    To  be  buried  in  the 
church  c>^  Murrey  before  the  Hi,h  Cross.    To  the  reparation  of  tl>e  safd  cluu 
£fa  lo..  4d.    io  tlie  reparation  of  Fordewiche  Church  .t;3  Gs.  8d.    Alyce  liis  wife 

HT^h  !    o   ?!  \  ^^^'''>  °f"^;    -^'^"^        ^^if^'  '^^"ghfcer  of  John  Petytt. 

Hi.  lands  and  tenements,  etc.,  in  the  Isle  of  Thanet,  in  Stuny,  Westbere  and  Herne 

sitlnd  hi  tT'' "7"-^"V^^^%°.^"  ^^^"^J^  of  Kent  to  John  h  s 

etl    Pri"dl9  Xov^r  1501^'"       '^'^^^  ^oks,  Vicary  of  St.  Lawrence, 

nJ'i^''n7''''''%^''Il^'r  ^^^y^'  ^"^  "-'fe-    Sir  Thomas,  parish 

H    On  ,.,2v  ^r^'"',-  f'^'-  Hedcorne  and  Fry  ten  den. 

Hi.  Quarrey  at  Luughton  Monchelsea  to  Xichohis  Betuam.    Proved  1  Feb.  15ol. 

fo  24.  John  Thursxox  of  the  parish  of  Chalok.  To  be  buried  in  the 
ir'^o;  r'  ^-'^'y^''  ^]  Chalolc  besyde  Richard  Thurston  his  nnkvle. 

d  tT        .^^'^"^f s^'id  ciiurch.     Clemens  and  Elizabeth  his 

20  llinl  lo02    ''''  '  '^•^^^'^  ^'"'^  ^''"^-^d 

fo  25.  JOHX  Fagge  of  Limne.  To  be  buried  in  the  Church  of  Limne.  A-nes 
kine  1  P,.;     l""        !  o"'''  t*'  his  son.    His  executors  ley  [sic]  to 

kepe  in  Cristclmrch  of  Canterbury  £120  unto  the  time  his  children  come  of  a-^e  fur 
of  AiSi^^^^  his  daughters.   Richard  Knatd.buil 

W„ '  ^"^^^•hbu  1  of  Selling  next  Horton.    John  Harte  of  the  same, 

diu-in'  it  ul  "'i  ''"h  "'^  'he  lands  there  or  in  Boroughmarsiie 

son  .nd  H  .  hp'^       '  i  "'^  '''f  T'?  '""''V'  "  Borongiimarshe  to  John  his 

iifthe  L  of  Sr  If ;    -''p     '^'^^  ^'^'^"1'^  ^"^^  the  said  22  acres  lying 

Che  fee  of  fet.  Austin  s,  Canterbury,  to  iNicholas  his  son  in  like  manner.  Thomas 

I  d  -no-ton  ZTT  ^"^^^^      'he  tenure  of  Pulton  m  the  parish  of 

i  1  1  '  u  '  ^''''''^V'  'he  said  tenure  and  parish  to  him  and  the  heirs  of 
fhe  o?5n  'S''^"'  I'P'''^'  ^"^T'-  ^hat  if  either  of  iiis  sons  dye  before 

be  .hfr?U  l"'  such  heirs  as  aforesaid  then  the  survivors  or  survivor  shall 

of       rid    T\  7  f      'hey  should  all  dye  as  aforesaid  then  the  whole 

o  hi.  land,  and  tenements  shall  remain  to  his  daughters  Margaret  and  Alys  for 
remaiu'^^VVilii  m  P^T"'  1  fldyngton  witii  its  appurtenances,  which  he  wills  to 
w  hoot  L  .  hi  <^  ':osby  and  h,s  heirs  for  ever,  and  if  his  said  daughters  dye 
£eu.  m^^  -oner  'll^t^?  2o  itrifuS^"^      '''''''''  and  laid  outis 

['"'k ^^ILDNALE  Of  the  Hospital  of  St.  John  besyde  Canterbury  ^ 
ito^tr  fcyuyre,  Par.on  of  Alhaldwyn  of  Canterbury.    Dated  4  March  1500. 

Tn  1?;  W.-i^-^^^'f  ^'nu°^  William  Colman  of  the  parish  of  St.  Mary  Xorth-ate. 
Dated  31  Jan.  1500  '  "'^  h^^^^^"d. 


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fo.  20.  Thomas  Petytt  of  the  parish  of  St.  Nicholas  in  Dover.  To  be  buried 
in  the  Church  of  the  Domus  Dei  in  Dover  before  the  High  Cross  thei-e.  Benedicta 
his  wife.  Alice  his  daughter.  Thomas  his  father.  Alyce  his  mother.  Proved 
4  April  1502. 


fo.  32.  Laurence  Gaukard  of  Sydjngborn.  To  be  buried  in  our  Lady 
Chancel  of  the  Church  of  Sy.lyngborn  between  his  father  and  his  grandfather.  His 
principal  messuage  called  the  Lion  in  Sydyngborn.  Thomas  his  son.  John 
Garrard  his  brother,  Agnes  his  wife.  He  wills  that  his  executors  shall  by  iij  stones, 
stonys  price  £3  for  iij  graves,  that  is  to  say  for  his  grave,  his  faders  and  his  grand- 
faders.    Proved  4  March  1501. 


fo.  45.  Xtian  relict  of  Robert  AVebbe  of  tlie  parish  of  Worde.  To  be 
buried  in  the  said  church  before  the  great  Cross  there.    Proved  7  Nov.  1502. 


fo.  48.  JoAXE  Thuestoxe  the  widow  of  Robert  Thurstone  of  the  parish  of 
Challock.  To  be  buried  in  the  Church  of  Cosme  and  Damian  at  Challock  aforesaid 
beside  her  husband  there.  Elizabeth  Thurstone  daughter  of  John  Thurston  her 
son.    Alyce  her  daughter.    Proved  7  March  1502. 


fo.  49.  William  Gregory  of  Blackmanstone  in  Romney  j^Lnrsh.  To  be 
buried  in  the  Church  of  St.  Mary  in  Romney  Marsh  beside  his  mother  there.  Wills 
£4  for  2  SLones  to  be  laid  over  the  above  2  graves.    Proved  4  Feb.  1502. 


fo.  60.  JOANE  Crompe,  widow  of  David  Crompe  late  of  the  parish  of  St.  Nicholas 
at  Wade  in  the  Isle  of  Thanet.  His  body  to  be  buried  in  the  Church  of  St.  Nicholas 
aforesaid  before  the  Awter  of  St.  Jamys.    Proved  28  March  1503. 


fo.  66.  John  Diggs  of  the  parish  of  Berham,  esquyer.  To  be  buried  in  the 
Church  of  Berham  aforesaid  in  the  Chapel  of  our  Lady  there  on  the  north  side  of 
the  said  Church.  South  chapel  of  the  same  church.  Jane  daugliter  of  Sir  Thomas 
Hawte  his  God-daughter.  Margaret  daughter  of  Umfrey  Sackvile,  beiiig  a  Nun  of 
ClarkenwelL  Alys  Diggs  his  cozen.  His  sister  Joaue  Diggs.  His  daugiiter  Agnes. 
His  son  Jamys.  His  son  William  Brent.  His  wife  Anne.  To  his  son  Jamys 
Diggs  all  his  manors,  rents,  lands,  etc.,  in  the  parishes  of  Berham,  Kyngston  and 
Colrede  or  elsewhere  in  the  County  of  Kent  and  City  of  Canterbury  and  Town  of 
Saudwych  to  him,  his  heirs  and  assigns  for  ever.  Dated  7  June  1502.  Proved 
11  Oct.  1503. 


fo.  64.  Robert  Southland  of  the  parish  of  Stapillierst.  His  goods  and 
chattels  when  they  are  discharged  from  the  under  shei-yff  week  of  Kent  for  the 
whych  they  be  bound,  etc.,  for  him.  ilarion  and  Agnes  his  daughters.  His  son 
John  the  elder  and  his  son  John  the  younger.   Alice  his  wife.    Proved  22  Sept.  1503. 


fo.  65.  John  Sharp  of  Benynden.  To  be  buried  in  the  south  porch  of 
Benyuden  beforesaid  beside  his  father  and  raoder.  Joan  his  wife.  John,  Margaret 
and  Richard  his  children.  Thomas  his  son.  Thomas  his  brother  of  Saudherst. 
Proved  24  March  1502. 


fo.  74.  John  Plompton  of  the  Parish  of  St.  Margaret's  of  the  City  of  Canterbury. 
To  be  buried  in  the  nave  of  the  said  church  near  the  sepulture  of  his  wife  Elisabeth. 
Proved  16  July  1503. 


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fo  75  William  PaRxell  of  the  parish  of  St.  Clement's,  Sandwich.  To  be 
bimed  ni  the  Clmrcli  ot  the  Brothoi-  Carmelites  near  the  sepulture  of  Mar-aret  his 
wite  there.    I'ynghsham  in  the  parish  of  Xorburne.    Proved  26  Sept.  1503.^ 


fo  81.    RiCHAKDMARp-x,  Bysshop  in  the  Universal  Chiirch.    His  body  to  be 
buried  m  the  church  of  the  Order  of  Greyfriers  of  Canterbury.    Aq-nes  late  his 
-  b'-ot  'er  s  wife.    To  the  Church  of  Lyd  his  2^  myter,  his  cross,  staff,  and  the  cro  se 
hed  hat  Olyver  the  jonier  made.    John  Marten  iiis  brotI>er's  son.    The  erme  of 
Ins  dmrch  and  v.carage  of  Lyd.   The  ferme  of  his  church  and  parsonage  of  Ickham 

D:t^^^So^l^;^^-^?:;efS^Mi^,?5J^.^^'^'^  '^'-^ 


fo.  So  Margaret  daughter  of  James  Buys  late  wife  of  William  Swax  of 
the  parish  of  bt.  Nicholas  in  liomene.  To  be  buried  in  the  chancel  of  the  church 
aforesaid  next_  unto  her  husband.  Her  principal  messuage  or  tenement  that  'he 
dwells  in  remain  to  Thomas  Lambard  and  Agnes  his  wife  and  to  eve^  of  th  e 
term  of  their  life  under  this  condition,  that  they  shall  se  every  yLiM  Set  nl 
a  l  eletts  agamstXmas  to  be  delivered  among  pool-  people,  and  aftL  he  dec  se 
of  hem  to  remame  to  Ilichard  the  son  of  the  same  Thomas  and  to  the  h  i>-s  of  h  s 
body  lawfully  begotten  ful  filling  the  condition  before  rehearsed  for  ever.  Sir  Ralf 
laylour  vicar  there.    Dated  20  Sept.  1502.  on  nan 

17  March ■1503°''''  Boughton  under  Blean.    Agnes  his  wife.  Proved 

{0.  85  JoHX  PocoK  of  the  parish  of  St.  Mary  in  Dover.  To  be  buried  in  the 
church  aforesaid  nigh  the  sepnlture  of  Margaret  his  wife  there.    Proved  23  March 


VOLUME  YIII. 

;n  ^^n!;  His  body  to  be  buried  in  the  Monastery  of  St.  Sexbury 

m  Shepey.  Elen  his  daughter.  Gervas  his  son.  To  Gervas  Home  his  son  aH  hii 
u  ensils  within  the  manor  of  Kenarton.  Margaret  his  wife.  ?o  Gerva  Horne  he 
place  m  Kennarton  in  taile  male.  Remainder  to  Robert  and  Hen  y  h is  son ^ and 
He  rv  /"iT^T'm*  P^^'^^^i'^der  in  like  manner  to  then  .  V  maTnder  to 

Hen,)  Guh  efnrd  the  ^'oungest  son  of  Sir  Richard  Guldeford,  knt  in  ke  ta  1 
Remainder  to  W  ilham  Horne  son  of  his  brother  Gervas  Horne      ever    St  Martin 's 

fo  9.    JoHX  Cr.YSP  of  Thanet,  senior.    To  be  buried  in  the  cemetery  of  somP 

£  aid  2?  ^'^^"'^  P'^^^^  «°d'        more  espec  all    n  J^h  toTis 

deceased  wife  m  the  Monastery  of  St.  Augustine  near  Canterbury.  Joi  n  his  son 
Margaret  h,s  daughter.  Agnes  his  daughter.  Children  of  Joane  Bar?et  wffe  of 
btephyn  Barrett  late  his  daugiiter.    Dated  anno  1500.    Proved  504 


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GRAXT  OF  ARMS  AND  CREST  TO  RICIIARDE  ELKEX. 

To  all  Xoblcs  and  Joutills  these  ^ute  Ires  hering  or  sein- 
Gilbert  DeUuck  ais  Garter  Knight  Principal!  Herauld  and 
King  of  Ariues  of  the  moste  noble  ordre  of  the  Garter 
sendith  dewe  and  humble  conimendacion  and  gretino- 
Equue  willeth  and  Reason  ordeyneth  that  men  vertuoul 
and  of  noble  courage  be  bj  theire  merytes  and  good 
Kenowme  not  aionly  theire  ^sons  in  this  raortall  and 
transitory  lyfe  but  also  after  them  those  that  shalbe  of  theire 
bodies  desendid  to  be  in  all  placys  of  honor  \yith  other 
nobles  and  Jeutills  accepted  and  taken  by  certeyne 
enseignes  and  demonstrancys  of  bono^  and  noblese  that 
IS  to  saye  bhizon  heahne  and  tymber  to  thende  that  other 
may  the  more  enforce  tl'.era  selves  to  haue  pseueraunce 
to  vse  theire  dayes  m  feates  of  Armes  and  werk  vertuous 
to  gete  tlie  Reuowme  of  aiincvent  noblesse  in  theire 
lignes  and  posterities.  And  forasmuch  as  Richarde  Elken 
of  London,  gent,  is  desendid  o.f  a  howse  undefanied 
beving  Armes  neuertheles  he  being  uncerteyne  under 
^vhat  sorte  and  maner  his  predecessors  bare  the  same 
J  1         .    ,  "'^"^  desiered  me  the  said   Garter  Kino-  of  Armes  to 

I  t&^^eVSe^  ile  f  p'"""  ^'^''''^  '''''         lefullt  f on 

1  tlieietoie  1  the  saide  (carter  semg  his  Requeste  so  iuste  and  Reasonable  hv 

oTrJ  '  ^^'^''^^f}^''  to  and  tomyofice  of  Garter  King  of  Armes  by 
fSh      l'"^'"''''^''  l'^f,i^«SD  noble  Great  Seale  haue  ordeyned  confirmed  aTd  2 

saye  Quaiteih  gold  and  geules  a  plame  cross  vaire  silver  and  azur  on  euerv  Quarter 
a  lygre  entrechainged  of  the  felde  armed  and  langued  azur  d^nteHl^er  on 

l^vZ^MrSt:  ^  entre'ctng'ei"?  tS 

same  Upon  a  helme,  on  a  Torse  silver  and  azur  a  demy  Ty^^re  copne  Quartered 
s.luer  and  sable  on  euery  quarter  an  hermyn  entreehanged^of  the  Ete  latied 
geules  tusked  golde  supporting  a  besannte  manteled  geules  doblS  sil  ^r  aTmore 
^nS'^lt^'T-''  "^H  ''«lde  to  the  a  de  mSZ 

mZTuhe  «akirrtT?"^  '-"^  "-^^.^"^  ^"'^^^-^  for  evermore.  In  Wktnes 
thr. .  I  of  m  'Ff         P"^''^      '''y  hande  and  sete  therunto 

tne  stale  ot  Aimes  the  seale  ot  mvne  otice  of  Garter  Kin<T  of  Armes  Yenen 
and  gj-aunted  at  Londmi  the  v^^  ^aye  ofMarche  in  the  fourth  /ere  Jf  X  Rei^n  o" 
onr  .souerayn  Lorde  Edward  the  syxte  by  the  Grace  of  God  Kino-  of  E  Mand 


Seal  :  A  fesse  vaire  betw.  three  water- 
bougets  and  in  chief  a  mullet  for  diff. 
Crest  :  A  horse's  head.— Dethick. 


P.  raoy  Garreter 
Roy  darmes. 
(Seal  of  OfBce  gone.) 


(To  le  continued.) 
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iHiDnumtntal  Ihiscnptions  aii^  |itral^rj>  in 
annotattons  frnm  gt^tlls,  ttc. 

The  following  Inscriptions,  with  the  Annotations,  were  kindly  placed  at  our 
disposal  for  publication  by  John  Avery,  I']sq.,  F.C.A.,  F.S.S.,  of  52  Coleman  Street, 
E.G.,  and  ]\Irs.  Isabella  J.  Corcoran,  the  executors  of  the  late  Bryan  Corcoran,  Esq., 
of  Mark  Lane,  E.C,  and  South  Croydon,  who  died  on  the  Uh  August  1915. 
Mr.  Corcoran  was  for  several  years  Upper  Churchwarden  of  St.  Olave's,  and  had 
always  taken  a  great  interest  in  its  history.  During  his  lifetime  he  published 
an  historical  guide  to  the  Church,  which  at  the  time  of  his  death  was  in  its  third 
edition.^  He  also  had,  at  considerable  expense,  the  Parish  Registers  of  St.  Olave 
transcribed  with  the  object  of  printing  and  publishino-  them,  which  was  prevented 
by  his  decease.  They  will  however  be  issued  at  an  early  date  by  the  Harleian 
Society. 

The  transcriptions  and  annotations  were  made  by  Mr.  Arthur  J.  Jewers  on 
behalf  of  the  late  ls\v.  Corcoran. 


Deo.  Triu.  Uni.  Opt.  j\Iax  Gloria. 

1.  Hic  juxta  in  choro  situs  est  Jacobus  Deane  Eques  Auratus  vir  bonus  et  in 
openbus  chantatis  longe  proestans  qui  primo  Susannam  filiam  Chrofri  Bumsted  o-eu 
uxorem  habuit  ex  qua  unicum  suscepit  filiolum  postea  Elizab  fiUam  Hugon  Ofley 
armigeri  ^Alderm  J.ondon  deinde  Elizab  filiam  Richardi  Thornliill  armi^reri  et 
viduam  Chrofri  "Webbe  armigeri  duxit  conjugem  ex  qua  duas  genuit  filiolas  nullam 
tamen  relinquens  prolem  sc  moriente  superstitem  anno  aetatis  Lxiir  xv  die  i\Iaii 
1608  in  domino  obdormivit. 


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A  large  mounment  iu  the  south-east  corner  over  the  vestry  door.  Foni-  pillars 
support  a  shallow  canopy  or  cornice,  above  which  is  a  shield  of  the  arms  of  Deane. 
The  pillars  divide  tiie  upper  part  into  three  compartments  ;  of  these,  the  centre  one 
is  much  broader  and  the  top  arched,  and  in  ic.  kneeling  at  a  faldstool,  are  figures  of 
Sir  James  Deane  and  his  third  wife  ;  in  the  other  two  recesses  are  kneeling'efligies 
of  the  first  and  second  wives  of  the  knight,  each  carrying  a  skull,  also  beneath  the 
first  wife  an  infant  and  beneath  the  third  two  infants.  '  Below  these  compartments 
are  three  panels  corresponding  to  tlie  recesses  above.  The  outer  ones  are  blank,  and 
in  the  centre  is  the  inscription. 

The  arms  are,  over  the  canopy,  a  shield,  mantling  and  helmet,  viz. :  GuJcs,  a  lion 
couchant  guardant  or,  on  a  chief  argent  three  crexcenis  of  the  field.  Crest  :  A  demi- 
lion  rampant-guardant  or,  holding  in  Vie  dexter  paw  a  crescent  gules,  Deane.  At  the 
foot  of  the  monument  are  three  shields  :  1,  Deaxe  as  above  ;  impaling,  ^r^/e^f,  on 
a  bend  letween  two  crosses  formeef  tehee  gules  three  midtcls  of  the  'field,  pierced  of  the 
bend,  BuiiSTEi).  It  is  incorrectly  painted  on  the  monument.  2,  Deaxe  :  impaling,' 
Gules,  four  harrulcts  gemels  argent,  on  a  chief  of  the  last  a  tower  of  the  first,  over  all 
a  hendlet  sable,  Thorxhill.  3,  Deaxe  ;  impaling.  Argent,  a  cross  couped,from  the 
end  of  each  arm  a  fleur-de-lis  issuing  azure,  betu-een  four  Cornish  choughs  proper, 
Offley. 

Sir  James  Deane,  knighted  at  "Whitehall  8  July  l(30i,  was  descended  from  the 
family  of  Deane  or  Dene  of  Denelands.  vSir  James  amassed  a  large  fortune  as 
a  merchant  adventurer  to  India,  China,  and  the  Spice  Islands.  He  was  fined  for 
refusing  to  act  as  Alderman.  He  gave  the  rectory  of  Deane  in  Hampshire  to  his 
brother-in-law  Holdip  and  his  successors.  Lord  of  the  ]^[anor  of  Basingstoke,  to 
which  town  he  was  a  liberal  benefactor,  he  built  almshouses  for  eight  poor  aged  men 
or  women,  and  his  bequests,  with  some  others,  enabled  the  Alderriien  and  Wardens 
in  1609  to  declare  the  Fi'aternity  or  Guild  of  the  Holy  Ghost,  standing  in  the 
ancient  cemetery,  a  Free  School,  the  master  being  still  called  the  Chaplain  of  the 
Chapel  of  the  Holy  Ghost.  He  remembei'ed  the  poor  in  every  parish  in  which  he 
had  lived  or  owned  property.  He  was  married  three  times,  first  to  Susan  the 
daughter  of  Christopher  Bumsted,  secondly  to  Elizabeth  daughter  of  Hugh  Offley, 
Alderman  of  London,  his  third  wife  being  Elizabeth  the 'daughter  of  Richard 
Thornhill  of  Bromley  in  Kent,  and  relict  of  "Christopher  Webbe,  Esq.,  eldest  son  of 
Sir  William  Webbe,  Knt.,  Lord  Mayor  of  London  in  l.oOl  (by  whom  she  had  a  son 
Sir  W'illiam  Webbe,  Knt.,  who  married  a  daughter  of  Sir  Rowland  Litton,  Knt.). 
This  lady,  after  the  death  of  Sir  James  Deane,  mari-ied  as  her  third  husband  John 
Brewster,  Esq.,  of  London,  secondary  of  the  Fine  Office,  the  ■29th  of  Sept.  1G09, 
and  died  the  i';jrd  of  Oct.  1G09,  and  was  buried  in  St.  Sepulchre's  the  2ud  of  Nov. 
following.  For  pedigree  of  Deane  (Dene)  see  "Visitation  of  Hampshire"  (Harl. 
Soc),  p.  88.  The  will  of  Sir  James,  although  very  long,  contains  much  of  interest, 
as  this  abstract  shews  : — 

Will  dated  19  Aug.  1607.  To  be  buried  in  the  chancel  of  S.  Ohive  in  Hart  Street, 
London,  of  which  he  is  now  a  })arishioner,  and  that  a  fair  tomb  or  monument  with 
the  portraitures  of  himself  and  his  three  wives  and  the  children  he  had  by  them. 
To  Christ's  Hospital  £40.  To  S.  Thomas'  Hospital  in  Southwark  £50.  To 
S.  Bartholomew's  Hospital  near  West  Smithfield  £20.  To  Christ's  Bridewell  in 
London  £20.  For  the  relief  of  the  prisoners  in  the  several  prisons,  to  each  prison  £10. 
To  as  many  poor  men  as  he  is  years  old  at  his  death  enough  cloth  at  8s.  a  yard  to 
make  each  a  gown,  of  whom  fifteen  must  be  of  the  parish  of  S.  Olave,  Hart  Street, 
and  twenty  of  the  Drapers'  Company.  To  the  poor  of  Guildford  in  Surrey  £10. 
To  the  poor  of  Godalming  in  Surrey  £10.  To  the  poor  of  Alton  in  Hants  £10. 
To  the  poor  of  Odiham,  Hants,  £10.  To  the  poor  of  King's  Clear  in  Hants  £10,  by 
the  parson,  churchwardens,  and  brother-in-law  Simon  Holdipp  of  King's  Cleer,  and 
kinsman  John  Chamberleyn.  To  the  poor  of  Havant,  Hants,  £10.  To  the  poor 
of  Farnham,  Surrey,  £10."  To  the  poor  of  Overton  £10.    To  the  Master  AVarden 


38  MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA   ET  HERALDICA. 

Garrett  and  h,s  ^ife  black  cloth  for  gowns,  and  to  iames  G.r  etf  So  T  '^'f 
M--  Paul  Bannvnoe  doth  for  a  o-own.    To  Huo-h  JolnZu  .1  u  , 

for  a  go.n  a,ui  20.     To  friend  and  "oi^hbon?  S^loS  Jd^'l^^t   ^^d"t^'n '''^ 
Ahce  his  wife  black  cioth.    To  brothere-in-hn-  A    T.'fci        '/-^r  V^""  ^^^^ 
.  mfe  black  cloth  for  o-owns.    To  fr  en   Thir^iH^  '"'^       ^"^^  ^"^^  ^'^^ 

cloth  for  a  -own.    To  friend  Ed^^  d  T.™  Fitche  scrivener,  £100  and  black 

brother-in-law  James  Garrett  £  l  a  d  to  t  ie  oTLr  c    tat  H?:'^  °' 

|^^^d| 

daui^hters  of  said  sister  Marc-prx-  ^'^^n  f,>.  fi     ^       -t^Hzabeth  Lllis,  one  of  the 
bla4  for  herself  andlSr  Sa  c To  sak  S  efS'rrCh'' ^1"^^'^^^  "'^^ 
to  her  daughter  Olave  Clarck.  widow,  £3;S  fo    he  riieS  '"'^ 
James  Holdipp.  one  of  the  sous  of  k^e  site r  TllH  r  ? 
forgh-es  what  he  owes  to  testator,  and  to  his  Sf^blacf  S 
law  Thomas  Offley,  one  of  the  sons  of  late  fM  er^ntA^^^^^ 

of  London,  deceased,  what  he  owes  to  te^tntnr  nUn-l^  .1    =    ^fflej  Alderman 
executors  make  any' claim  on  the  t.^  t«e m  i  '^^^^  ^ 

occupauon  of  Robert  Hobert  and  John  ySZ  Zt^ef  other 
iee.    Forgives  brother  i'.obert  Offley  another  son  n  thf  oH  w  f 
to  testator.    To  Richard  and  Andrew  HoHd  nn        If  f  *  ^  ^^^s 
Holldipp,  deceased,  £350  eacL    irMTch   S  ^h"'  '^'^'^'^  ^^^^^ 

sister  Margaret  Siirimptou.  each  £350  a  dbltktr  clf^^^^^^  ^hrimptou,  sons  of  late 
^v.fe  of  .John  Woodnothe,gent*and  one  of  the  d  To  yargarenroodnothe 

^nrympton,  £350  for  the  advaucemeut  of  bL   ^n   °  ^''^  ?!       ^^"^  Margaret 
lHisl,and.    To  Elizabeth  wSrw  fe^o^  "'f  ^'^'■^'^^^ 

Margaret  Shrvuipton.  £200  fo    he  pr efcrn  eut^T?  ]    ^^^^^^  ^''^"°hter  of 

and  iier  husband  To  John  Dea  e  son  of  te,N  t  '  t'fcl-  '""^^  ^^""'^  f^^'  her 
to  each  of  his  children  £5  1^  wll  k^D/'^^^^  '  T?  '^'"^'^^  ^^^^"^  «"J 
Deane,  deceased,  £25.    To  servant  CosZ'       1''^'  '^^"^^''^  ^^i^''^^''^ 

Deano,  £40.    Late  scrva  1  TohT^.r^^TA  ^  f       ^       ^'^^'^  ^^^'^'I'-'d 

sons  of  the  above  James  Holldipp  £100  Jun  tt  m  ','"f?  f^^'l^ipp.  one  of  the 
Holldipp,  son  of  sister  Alic  £>0  eaJh  at  he  te  of  '> '^''^'^'f,,'^  ^'^^  J^^nes 
and  black,  and  each  maid  scnw  nt        13^ and  1 1^^^^ 

Lancaster,  Knt.,  £50  and  black  olnft     'rl'  -n  .    t'         ^^^^^'f^  S'l'  James 

other  cluidren  of  unde'iLttau   ster  1   i .To" ^c if  5.^1 0  ^  Tolt  M  J' 
]\  illiam  Lancaster,  each  £10.    To  the  wi  e 'of  VTl  inn,  n     1'  "^^'^ 
daughters  of  uncle  .James  Deane  £10  T  '"'f Brackston,  one  of  the 

drayman,  £2o.  To  c^lu  ii  '  t  fe'  of  Tlfor^^  P^t  "''^'l /-Thomas  Hearde, 
To  cousin  Thomas  Deane  son  Vf  nn?.T.  \r  n       n^'"'^^''"^  s^'-^'e'-.  £20 

Deancschoolmaster,  £      and  to  his  son  Jamesn    ''"f         ,      ^^"^'"^  ^'^''^^d 
cousin  Francis  Thornhill  £20  fo^b  acV  for^ms^^^^^^^^^^ 

Cloth  for.  Cloak.    To  ^ro^^r.n.^^'t^^d^rn^ 


MISCELLAKEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA.  39 
vrife  black  cloth.    Cousin  Sir  John  Deane  Knf    ^on  .  u 

cloth,  and  to  his  Lady  stuff  for  her  deorcrt'o  mnL  "  ^''V  "'^^'"S"  and  black 
KiU.,  and  to  his  Ladf  black  Tr^^- G  ,n1vn  "  '  ^^V^;^,  ^ "  '^^^'^""s  Hayes, 
black.     To  cousin  i^hon.as  Dobso^  £  ?  and  H  ^  ^^'^^^ ^^P'^^       '-'^  -ife 

Laucaster  of  Gray's  Inn,  Gent  bhck  p..  1  Ar-,r 'J-i^^i^^^s 
black  for  cloaks.  To  god.oi  '  so  "of  ll  1  V-  P'-^tada, 
Fryser  £20  and  black.    To  old  fn-^i    Jo L  P  /"'iT  ^"^^^  ^"^'^^^ 

Yateand  his  .vife  black.  Si  1  -  n  P  z?1%T"'?''m^''^-S  ^""^''^  -^^'^^^^'-^ 
Cousin  A,ny  Weeks,  now  dwell  no-  "it]  t^S^^^  &nnth  widow,  £10  and  black, 
and  black.   To  Amy  Shelborne  of  Ba.iul  i^^^'''  Lancaster,  £5 

Ano-ell  £3  for  a  ring.    To  Isabd  ifSon  T''  ^'"''"'^  audneio-hbour 

£3.     To  late  servant^Vi]  iU  Offl  J  ^5 

Edward  the  sons  of  Edward  XovS  t        ,  ^'l^^''^'"  ^''Sev,  Thomas  and 

Meggs,  draper,  and  his  Sfe  Wack  '  To  V^W^^r'^'  ^"^"^  ^^'i'l'^^'^ 

Coleman  Street,  London,  ill  Tut'hul  ^J^,  ^^''SK  parson  of  S.  Katherine, 
become  Che  property  of  wfo  Dame  Elii'  tn,,  ^"f'ssuage  testator  dwells  in  will 
requests  hereto  let  the  executS'ave  tl  e  u  e  Tf^^  after  testator's  death,and 
the  better  to  setcle  the  affairs.  0  i  n       r '1  ^'""T  '^'"^  '"""^hs 

portion  of  Nicholas  Versallini  son  of  SLd  ^^^^^  I-e  sum  of  £589  Us.  the 

IS  to  be  paid  when  due,  but  if  helmTl  j^  f  I  Versahn,,  broker,  deceased;  it 
v.-ill  of  the  said  Xicholas  the  athe  T  \o  1  1'  \"  ^«^«'-da"ee  with  the 
and  Wardens  of  the  Drapers'  Smmnv  T^  h'  p'^"/  ^^.^^^Pi'^g  of  the  Master 
^vithin  the  Drapers'  Com,  anv  iSn  1  ,  ^''^  ^"'1^^  of  the  Blessed  Virgin  Mary 
the  Company  fL  If 'Sst  t™t'\ ^^Sr^-??"'^^^ 
draper,  £10,  and  to  his  wife  iOs  for  a  in^  in  1  n    f    ^n.^'  ^^^^^ert  Buck, 

Dorothy  OfHev  and  her  cSuc.]  teV  s,?^.  ^f  ^'i  testator's  mother-in-law 
Holldip  £GG        ll  and  iwl-  brother-in-law  Simon 

and  Ashe  in  Uants  £100  a  Ho! klipp,  clerk,  parson  of  Deane 

Puchard  Deane,  t^'o  of  the   ons  0   nm  e  pf      ^'n^'^'"  .      '""^'"^  J^^'" 
black.    Testator  has  lately  buil   fa  B^Jt^^^^ ''''''  ^^^^ 
^ase  from  the  Marquis  of  W i  che.te     A     f,    "  niessaages  on  land  held  on 
Elizabeth  Langrishe,Margare  \voS^   ^       n/'  same  w.th  the  lease,  etc.,  to 
Testator  is  poslessed'of  a  m     u  .3  ro^'nSr  F   '''V"^^  ^!'>^^'^^"'  "1"^"^- 
m  the  parish  of  S*  Mary  Matfellon  X  Wh  tech'^°  1   ""1?  ^osemarye  Lane 

Franchotti,  merchant,  strauo-er  and  r f  ,f  1  o^^^Pation  of  Gratio 

William  Richardson,  Willia^  Howell   ''^^H  ^  occupation  of 

William  Johnson,  Pu'chard  Vi  'an  r       ^"if'  ^,^5'^  ^^^^e,  Eandell  Bellen, 

virtue  of  a  lease  granted  to  the  tes^Vt  ,  n,^'^^^  ^^'''^  ^ranckham,  held  by 

Esq.,  gives  the  fame  to  the  aM  E H^.b  ^,  '\''  ^^'^'.^  G>'at.o  by  Ti.omas  Goodman, 
Clarck  and  Elizabeth  Ellis  equahv  S  .^'"°"sh,  ^1""'^^''^  Woodnoth,  OlifF 
manor,  or  farm  in  the  parish  of  White  wi?,  H^nf' '''1'^  '"P^'^^"^^  niessuage, 
and  John  P.arce,  having  a  lease  t  S  L^^^^^  the  occupation  of  Richard 

George  Abbott,  D.D.,  D^ean  0   W  nch-^   an/ h''  pk'"'"'  "^''y  I^^^" 

Michael  &  William  ShrimptonsonVofir     -  -^"'Ir^'''  ^^''P'*^^'  the  same  to 

Holldippe  son  of  late  sisti  i  ^110  li  ,  ""t"  ^n'^T  ''l^P^^"  '^^^  ^«  ^^-^^ 
two  messuages  in  the  close  o^Greaf  irHel^'f  P'T '^''^^  the  lease  of 

occupation  of  Katherine  Hoberd   Wdou  ^.^•^''i!°P'S»'''  ^^ondon,  in  the 

The  residue  of  plate,  Jewells  and  al'd,;  ft  '."'i  ^^''^  '"^^  ^^^^  Vorhagen. 
sisters  Marger/,  AlicVand  Ma  '^ii  l^^n  in  tr  f.^'^r  '^''^"^'''^  ''^^  ^^'^^ 
Knt  cousins  John  Chamberlen  and  And  v  w  R  in  yT'^'^''^  ^o'^"  J^lles, 
said  Sir  James  Lancaster  and  Sii  John  ToSf.  !  l  lWr'.^'i  be  executors,  and  to  the 
Paul  Bannynge,  Edward  Leai^ny  p2^^^^^^  F^'iends 
ovei^eers.  For  the  relief  and  coinfSf  So^^?  ^  Buck  and  Thomas  Ficche  to  be 
IS  now  building  eight  houses  irBa^nc^oke^f^/^^^^^        "^T      ^'^"^^^  ^^^^^^or 


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purpose  from  William  Loker,  Esrj.,  six  of  the  said  eight  men  or  women  to  be  of  M>e 
own  of  Basingstoke,  and  tlie  other  two  from  Deaue  and  Ashe.  The  salary  r^iven 
to  the  sehoohnaster  ot  th.e  Grammar  School  held  in  the  Holy  Ghost  Chapel  beino- 
too  small  to  keep  a  good  schoolmaster,  testator  gives  £20  yearly  out  of  la.ids  iu 
I)eane  and  Ashe  to  augment  the  stipend  of  the  schoolmaster  and  the  preacher, 
f  5'  ^''^  ^^'^J      ^  I^'-^tlierine  Coleman  £5  4s.  Od.  yearly  out  of  Deane 

and  Ashe._  20.^.  yearly  for  repaniiig  the  causeway  testator  made,  leadin-  from  the 
messuage  m  which  his- father  Eichard  Deane,  deceased,  did  live.  The  Ano-ell  in 
Lasin.:;stoke  to  the  chmrh  gate.  Trustees,  8ir  Henry  Wallop,  Knt.,  Sir  Francis 
Pa  mer,Jvnt.,  Sir  Tuchard  Pawlett  Knt.,  Edward  Savage,  Esq.,  Henry  Deane, 
S-    ■•'     P  ""1  ^V.lluim  Hearne,  dyer,  William  Parches,  dyer 

^^ilham  I  lunddl,  clothier,  and  Richard  Spier,  clothier,  all  living  in  or  n  a.  t  e 
hundred  of  Basingstoke.  To  Sir  Stephen  Eiddlesden,  Knt.,  Edward  Pensax,  Gent 
George  Robinson  Gent  Thomas  Gardener,  mercer,  Ralphe  Bailev,  vintner,  Greo-o  ^ 
B  and  skinner  Richard  Izacson  and  John  Izacksou,  painterstainers,  a  id  JohJ 
Meredith,  merchaiK  inhabitants  of  S'  Catherine  Colman,  London,  as  rSees  the 
yearly  ren    of  £.5  4..  Od.  for  the  poor  of  that  parish.  '  To  Andrew  Baynnh" 

Gent.,  W  lliam  Lillings  ey,  haberdasher,  Robert  Angell,  grocer,  Jeffery  Kerby 
grocer,  Edward  Monox,  ironmonger,  William  Wooder,  haberdashe  ,  William  4ne.' 
grocer,  .Jasper  Rol  es,  pewterer,  and  Thomas  Beawlewe  [Bewleyl,  d  aper  citizens  of 
London  and  inhabitants  of  the  parish  of  Olave's  in  Hart  StJe  t,  lSou,  fo  the 
comtorc  of  he  poor  of  that  parish,  £5  4..  0.^.  yearly  for  ever.  The  mano^  or  fam 
of  Ashe,  with  the  messuages  lands,  etc.,  with  the  close  called  Ferne  close  and  tl^ 
meadow  called  Deane  mead,  part  of  the  testator's  manor  of  Deane,  lyino  nea 

Hr  lll  n'.  \  °  °  ?«"^^'"PP^'        of  the  sons  of  the 'al^ve\ri  c 

Holldippe  testator's  sister,  and  to  the  heirs  of  his  body  so  long  as  they  pay  the 
egacies  charo-ed  on  it,  and  for  default  remainder  to  John  Chamberlen,  one  of  e 
sons  of  the  said  Margery  Chamberlyn  and  the  heirs  of  his  body  in  like  manner  and 
ftnlnig,  then  like  remainder  to  Michael  Shrimpton,  one  of  the  sons  of  1  de  si  te 

to  John  Deane  son  of  Richard  Deane,  testator's  uncle,  failing,  to  testator's  servant 
James  Deane  in  lil.e  manner,  remainder  to  his  brother  William  Deane  failin  bk 
remainder  to  John  Deane  of  Basingstoke  in  like  manner,  with  remainder  o  te  tator' 
right  heirs.  To  the  poor  of  Hackney  £10.  To  Richard  and  Andrew  Ho  11  lt)p  ?wo 
of  the  sons  of  ate  sister  Alice,  and  to  Walter  Chamberlyn,  John  ChSS  Ind 

^^e  ^  lZr  ^:''  belongings,  bought  from  John  Manchell  of  Hacknel  Esq! 
foie\ei  in  equal  parts.     Has  certain  tenements  and  lands  in  Hackney  Mart  in 
01  u.'n'  «7"Pf  0^}' 8-ives  the  same  to  wife  Elizabeth  for  her  li fe  t  en  to  ti  e 

Sned  The  W  ?  P^^^^^^«^  «f  ^  ^^-^^^"^ge  i'^  Basingstok 

W  M    Tlie  Angell  formerly  an  Inn,  and  land  at  the  rear,  but  only  in  trust  for 

tl  e  t'/o7  th^^r'j'p"!"''' 1  'I  '"-^  'V'  '^^«"^^^'         the  same'  accord  ng  to 

0  Ellen  Cildln  f  t  v     It^  .  °  ''f I               Messuages  in  Basingsroke 

hp,-,    n?J     r  1     .  -r'  t^  t''^  '^^--o^*^  J<^'^n  Deane,  |lover,  and  to  the 

l',.         j^*^^^'  /^'l'"?         to  the  wife  of  Thomas  Godfrey  o  Alton 

R^e^'  Lanc'rld  r  "  T''  cousin  Elizabeth  w^^  of 

Koge.  Langeridge  £loO  more,  to  make  it  equal  to  her  sisters.    To  Richard  and 

^^.dow,  £lij,  and  her  two  daughters  £5  each.    Proved  13  June  1608.  '  • 


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descended  of  Xisbet  of  that  i  1/'    i^-s^iei  cfm  o?f  ^         i^l'  ^'^'''^ 
but  the  Carfin  fa.il,  can  be  t.aced  'b;":  ct^ete^X^n^  of  SSet^'Tck  t^ 

Carlin^craigs  in  Loudoun  parish    lyr'hir^^^  Ladytoun  Overmuir  and 

Hamilton  of  Ladvtoun.^  He  mSecl  Jean  H^mmnn  ^^T^^  ^''"^  Alexander 
16C1,  leaving  issue-  Hamilton  and  died  between  1C54  and 

1.  James,  of  Ladjtoun,5  who  died  unmarried  in  February  lfi8l  « 

»-,■„  «...,»„., ...  :iiti.ir.:?;,;;;a-  s:  ssj 

'  Ed.  1722,  i.,  322. 

I  In  Loudoun  parish.  '  ^f/'''''"'.^^'-  .-^^'^'Wi't;;'  o/"  Sasincs.  Ayr- 

163L  '  January  6  gg  Miy  Ifioo 

shire,  2  July  ie77f  ''"'^  ""'''^'^ 
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of  Orkney  from  Robert  M^Lellau  in  1670  ;  succeeded  to  Ladvtouii  and 
the  other  Ayrshire  property  on  the  death  of  his  brother;  died  Julv 
1690  married  (1)  Eupham,  dangi.ter  of  John  Scro-gie,  merchant 
tailor  m  Jbdinburgh,  by  whom  he  had — 

1.  Enpham,  baptized  1  June  1662     died  January  1663 

2.  James,  baptized  7  June  1663  r  died  April  1675.3 

3.  Grizel,  bapcized  6  May  1661.^  ~) 

4.  Barbara,  baptized  22  April  1665.2  ,„  v  i  ■  ■ 

5.  Archibald,  baptized  26  August  1666.-  f'^''  ^^^^'^^  infancy. 

6.  John,  baptized  1  September  1667.-  J 

7.  Eupham,  baptized  26  July  1668      married  10  February  1697^ 

S,^.  '^^  ^i'ili^ead,  near  Carfin,  Minister  of  the 

Old  Ku-k,  Edinburgh.  1691—1710,  with  issue  two  sons^  and 
two  daughters.  He  died  at  Edinburgh  10  June  1710,  a<red  73 
She  died  2  June  1740. 

8.  Katharine,  baptized  30  July  1671  ;2  married  1695  John  Inc^li^ 

U  nter  to  the  Signet,  of  Auchindinnv  in  Lasswade  pansh' 
Midlothian,  with  issue  six  sons  and  three  daughters.  He  died 
31  January  1731,  aged  67.    She  died  in  August  1738.3 

9.  Archibald  II.,  his  successor  (see  in/m). 

ArchR.aId  Nisbet  I.  married  (2)  18  iYovember  1692^  Jean,  daughter  of 
I  homas  Bailhe  of  Polkemmet  in  Whitburn  parish,  West  Lothian  She 
died  at  Edinburgh  in  February  1722,^  leaving  one  son— 

10.  James,  merchant  in  Edinburgh,' 

Archibald  Nisbet  II.  of  Carfin,  baptized  18  February  1673  sold  the  Orkney 
property  m  1727  to  James  Trail,  writer  in  Edinburgh  ;«  died  1739  '  m  med 

of  James,  4th  Earl  of  Moray,  with  issue— 

1.  Archibald  III.,  his  successor  (see  mfra). 

2.  Charles,  baptized  30  December  1702.ii 

3.  James,  baptized  17  March  1704.^^ 

^'  '^''30'july'l770^i""'  ^''^  ""'"^rried  at  Jerviston,  Lanarkshire, 

5.  Walter  (see  infra). 

6.  Eupham,  bapcized  24  December  1707      married  15  January  1750 

-heifer,  merchant  in  Hamilton;  died  30  Julv  1750  13 

7.  Emiha,  baptized  17  February  1709.^ 

8.  Robert,  baptized  19  September  1712  ;"  emigrated  to  Xevis,  afterwards 

'^'''^^  unmarried  29  September 


^  Services  of  Heirs,  1720—29. 

*  Edinburgh  Register  of  Baptisms. 

^  G-reyfriars'  Register  of  Interments. 

"  Edinburgh  Register  of  Carriages. 

'  The  elder  .son,  Eobert,  was  author  of  the 
poem  "The  Grave,"  and  father  of  Itobert 
Blair  of  Avoutoun,  Lord  President  of  the 
Court  of  Session. 

^  Livingstone  Register  of  JMarriarjcs. 
1723  '^'^^^^'"■^^^   Testaments,   13  February 

'  Register  of  Deeds  (MackeDzio),  18  and 
20  February  1727. 


^  Hamilfoa-Gordon's  Session  Papers 
(.Idvooates'  Library)— John  Hamiltou  v. 
Arch'J  Nisbet. 

Canongate  Register  of  Marriages. 
'J  Balziel  Register  of  Baptisms. 
'-  Edinburgh     Advertiser,     7  Auirust 
1770. 

Campbell's  Session  Papers  (Advocates' 
Library),  ii.,  28;  Hamilton  and  Campsie 
Testaments,  26  June  1751. 

Edinburgh.   Testaments,   10  December 

1743. 


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9.  John  1  linen    raannfacturer  in  Ediuburah 


married 


1.  Alexander,  Imen  manufacturer  in  Edinbure-li  » 

2.  Archibald,  born  26  June  175S 

3.  Walter,  born  17  Februarv  1760 

4.  AV.  ham,  born  17  June -1762  ;  M.D.,  F.R.C.S.  Edin  practis'^d 
11.  Katharine.' 

1758,"  having  had  issue-  '"'™«'<1   -'i  February 

1.  Catherine,  bom  March  1 745  u 
2-  Archibald  IV.  (sec  iii/m) 

J'  is  beth°bo?„°-°r  r'."'"-™''  '"^  ■  ■  ■  •  Mi'  h^ll-" 

JaS,t  o°  herd's'  ImerHa^n';"  ^T"'-- Hannlton,  .nerchant  in 

6  Charlo.tc,  born  15  J„„e  175J      died  November  17i;i..J 

31  m"v  i797!.^1r;,"'h:r,nsS^^  "'■"'"»"•  «  Edi„bnr.h 

7.  :\raroarct,  born  2  December  176--> -i 


married  Robert  Burns  of  West 


Me.isler  of  Deeds  (Dulrjuiple),  15  Juue 


754 


17^3. 

I'o^V'?''""'-^'''  TeMauient.^,  ly  April  1 
and  8  February  1755.  ^  ^ 

Greyfriars'  Register. 
^^^_  R^3i^ter  of  iJeeds  (Dark),  13  March 

'  iJahiel  Re;,i,(,r  of  Marriages. 
^  cTJ^)^r'''4^'''''''^  Edition,  i., 
iiCoU  Magazine. 


Comisiorial  Processes  (Scot- 
tish liecord  Society),  No.  459. 

Bothwell  Register  of  Baptisms. 
Belhaven  Peerage  Case,  pp.  97  98  101 
Bofhwell  Register    of  Marriages,  10 
October  1774. 

1807  ^'^'"^"''•^'^  19  January 

1^  Ediahiirgh  Courant,  17  April  1828 
Bothwell  Register  of  Interments. 
Caledonian  Mercuru,  8  June  1797 


MISCELLANKA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HEEALDICA.  47 

n'  i^e's  ^^"'^  iu  Jamaica  17  October  1788.2 

^FeiiLibies?''''''  "'"''^^  ^^'P^«"^  Locbabor 

Oreivnnir  i    L.';,',!    r.  '  '""n  to  Robert  Wardrope  30  Slay  1787,' 

•^0  OcSbeT  18r'3    Tf''^  -T  Carfin.     He  died  at  Edinbnro-h 

1.  Arcliibald  Nisbefc  V.  of  Carfiu,  niatriculated  at  Glaso-ow  University  ]  791 

lllTot  hi"  ulKTe^A^'^^'^-'V.^^^^T ^^^^  ^«  MauTdl-e  iri8r;'o,!'ufe 
aeatli  of  his  uncle  Andrew,  6ch  and  last  Earl  of  Hyndford  -i^  died 
umnamed  at  9  .onth  Grey  Street,  .Xewin.ton,  Edu.bJlSl" Vebrua?' 

2.  Jane  Vigor  married  at  Mauldslie  Castle  10  February  181"^  Thom^^ 

^£  •luSSS?'"^'^  Lesmahagow  parish,  U^XLl^ 
<  e     L;d  n3     f  ^'lu^  collection  of  paintino-., 

geins  and  ci  r.03  made  by  the  Srd  Earl  of  Hyndford.  Col.  Gordon  died 
n  IS'S  T'n^'-'   She'died  at  her  brothers  house 

d^uo^i^e,^    Th.       ^  ^^'^  '^"^  ^^^"^  two  sonsi3  and  four 

thei?  ifneie'    w^r?  surviving  daughter  succeeded  jointly  under 

4enhen  An  1.  n      ,  ni^'^''  f""^  Mauldslie.^o    They  sold  Carfiu  to 

170?;f:J;SSd"rty:"   A^vrV'r'  ^^^'f  ^ /^-^ '^-'fi"  ;  born  10  J„lv 
Plea.nt.wa^oirth:cJ^u-r./^:.-;^--1.^''-^ 


I  Sothteell  Eegister  of  Baptisms. 

-  Edinburgh  TeitamenU,  18  June  17S9 

(rrei/friars'  Register. 
*  Services  of  Heirs,  ISjIO— 29. 
j.g!.  Of  Deeds  (Durie)^  13  March 

^  (Durie),  vol.  cccxvi.,  fol.  269. 

^  Edinburgh  Courant,-2h  ilav  1776  ' 
i-co  ^%'-'*'':°f  ^eeds  (Mackrazie),  26  ilay 

1789  -^-^'^^  (Mackeuzie),  9  Feb. 


Abbreviate  of  Sasines,  Lauarksliire 
No.  1,41-1. 

Edinburgh  Courant,  29  October  1807. 
Scots  Magazine. 

Register  of  Deeds,  vol.  c.\i.,  fol.  ISS. 
'    Edinburgh  Courant,  24  February  1844 

Ibid.,  2  June  1832. 

Ihid.,  31  May  1835. 

For  the  elder  son,  Sir  John  Wilham 
Gordon,  K.C.B.,  see  Dictionary  of  National 
Biography,  Kevised  Edition. 
1844  ^^"'^''"^  Register  of  Sa.nnes,  15  August 

Dalziel  Register  of  Baptisms. 

6/   the  Privy    Council,  Colonial 
Series,  1745—66,  i»p.  789,  79u. 


48 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  HERALDICA. 


of  Jobiah  Webbe  of  New  River,  Xevis.  She  died  24  January  1752-3  in  })er 
twenty-ninth  year.i    He  died  15  June  1765.'    They  had  issue— 

1.  Walter  (see  infra). 

2-  February  1746;  died  unmarried  at  Edinburgh  7  July 

3.  Josiah,  born  7  August  1747  ;3  graduated  M.D.  (Edin.)  12  September 
l/6b,  practised  in  Xevis  ;  married  at  St.  John's,  Nevis,  -^S  June  1779 
Frances  Herbert,  daughter  of  William  Woolward,  senior  judo-e  of  Nevis 
He  died  at  Stratford-sub-Castle,  near  Salisbury,  5  October  1781  *  His 
mdow  married  11  March  1789  Captain  Horatio  Nelson,  R.N."  (Lord 
Nelson),  and  died  at  Harley  Street,  London,  4  May  1831  ao-ed  70 
Dr.  Josiah  Nisbet  had  an  only  son— 

Josiah,  born  1780,  Captain  R.N. ;  married  at  Littleham,  Exmouth, 
31  March  18]  9  Frances  Herbert,  fourth  daughter  of  Herbert 
Lvanss  of  Eagle's  Bush,  Glamorganshire.  He  died  at  Paris 
14  July  1830.«  She  died  at  Cheltenham  15  January  1864 
aged  72.    They  had  issue— 

1.  Horatia  Woolward."] 

2.  Herbert  .Josiah.       Li,      ^  ■    •  . 

3.  Sarah.  ^led  in  infancy.-^ 

4.  Josiah.  J 

5.  Frances  Herbert,  born  at  Paris  16  February  18-^-^  • 

married  at  St.  Dunstan-in-the-West,  London,  12  Decem- 
ber 1846,  William  Johnstoun  Nelson  Neale,  barrister- 
at-law,  Recorder  of  Walsall  1859—1893,  with  issue 
two  sons  and  four  daughters.  He  died  at  Cheltenham 
27  March  1893,  aged  80.  She  died  at  Bournemoutli 
■  30  August  1898. 

6.  Mary,  born  at  Paris  5  September  1826  ;  married  at 

St  Mary's,  Dover,  22  August  1848,  Charles  Frederick 
Tliruston  of  Talgarth  Hall,  Merioneth,  J.P    D  L 
High  Sheriff  1860,  with  issue  four  sons  and  three 
daughters.    He  died  at  Talgarth  Hall  26  August  ISS"'' 
aged  58.    She  died  at  Norwich  14  February °1915.  ' 

7.  Georgma,  born  at  Paris  1  January  1830  ;  married  at 

Cheltenham  10  April  1849  Captain  (afterwards  Vice- 
Admiral)  George  Butler  Clark  Jifends,  R.N.,  with  issue 
SIX  sons  and  five  daughters.  He  died  at  Dover 
13  December  1884,  aged  76.  She  died  7  February 
1904. 

4.  James  Webbe,  born  23  August  1749  ;  died  unmarried. 

0.  Mary  Emelia,  born  4  February  1752  ;  married  at  Castlesteads,  near 
Dalkeith  1/  July  1773,  James  Lockhart  of  CastlehilF  and  Cambusnethan, 
l^anarkshire,  with  issue  one  son  and  four  daughters.^  He  died  at 
Cambusnethan  House  5  July  1808.!>  She  died  at  Portobello,  near 
Edinburgh,  22  February  1830.'" 


\  MJ.  St.  Jamcp's,  Nevi?. 

=  Re/jisler  of  Bee,h,  20  .Julr  1833. 

Monument  at  Stratford-siib-Castle. 
\  EdUhurcih  Advertiser,  16  October  1781. 
•  Genth,nan\i   Mar/azii,p,  1819,  i  ,  308  ■ 
yotes  and  Qverks,  8th  Ser.,  x.,  179,  180 


^  Gentleman's  Magazine,  1830,  ii.,  280. 
'  Scots  Magazine. 

'  Register  of  Leeds  (Dalrvmple),  15  July 
08.  y       J        >,  J 

'  Edinhwrgh  Courant,  7  July  1808. 
Buddingstaa  Burial  Register. 


MISCELLANEA  GP:NEALOaiCA  ET  HEKALBICA. 


49 


Walter  Xisbet  (see  supra)  of  Mount  Pleasant,  Nevis,  and  of  Grafton  Street, 
London,  born  in  Xevis  3  Jannary  1745;'  married  at  St.  Marylebone,  London 
19  April_1784,  Anne,  daujjbter  of  Robert  Parry  of  Plas  Ncwydd,  Denbi-^hshire  ^ 
He  died  in  Nevis  8  December  1797.3  She  died  at  Bath  2  December  1819,  a^^ed  67  ' 
They  had  issue —  ^ 

1.  Caroline,  born  26  August  1787  ;  died  unmarried  afc  Bath  30  March  1867. 

2.  A^  alter,  born  afc  sea  1 789  ;  Bengal  Civil  Service  1805—1833  :  Secretary  of 

the  Board  of  Ti-ade,  Calcutta  ;  died  unmari'ied  at  Calcutta  11  October 
1833. 

3.  Josiah,  born  1790  ;  Madras  Civil  Service  1806—1834  ;  Senior  Merchant 

at  Dharwar,  South  Mahratfca  ;  married  at  Edinburgh  ]7  June  1823 
Rachel,  second  daughter  of  Sir  John  Marjoribanks^of  Lees,  Baronet. 
■  He  died  at  Dharwar  5  August  1834.  She  died  at  Richmond.  Surrey, 
1  December  1874,  aged  76.    They  had  issue— 

1.  John  Marjoribanks,  boru  at  Madras  26  April  1824  ;  B.A.  Oxon 

(Balliol  College)  1846,  M.A.  1851  ;  ordained  deacon  1848  ; 
Rector  of  Deal  1856—1861,  of  Ramsgate  1861—1867,  of 
St.  Giles-in-the-Fields,  London,  1868—1892;  Canon  of  Norwich 
1867—1892  ;  married  at  St.  Peter's,  Eaton  Square,  London, 
10  May  1864,  Laura  Elizabeth,  daughter  of  Henry  Robert 
Kingscote  died  at  Torrington  1  September  1892",  leaving 
issue  an  only  son —  ° 

Henry  Kingscote,  born  afc  16  Bedford  Square,  London, 
21  September  1875  ;  B.A.  Oxon.  (Balliol  College) 
1899,  M.A.  1900;  Barrister-afc-Law  of  the  Inner 
Temple  1904;  General  Inspector,  Local  Government 
Board,  1914. 

2.  Alice  Anne,  born  afc  Areofc,  Madras,  29  October  1825  :  married 

at^Walcofc,  Bath,  19  Sepfcember  1848  George  Ramsay  Maitland,^ 
Writer  to  the  Signet,  Edinburgh,  -with"^  issue  four  sons  and 
three  daughters.  He  died  at  Largs,  Ayrshire,  24  June  1866, 
aged  45.    She  died  at  Largs  27  October  1869. 

3.  Agnes,  born  at  Vellore,  Madras,  14  February  1827. 

4.  Rachel  O'Brien,  born  at  Dharwar  25  March  1829  ;  married  at 

Deal  23  October  1860,  as  the  third  of  his  four  wives,  the  Rev. 
David  Barclay  Bevan,'  with  issue  one  son,  who  died  iu  infancy, 
■  and  one  daughter.  She  died  afc  Amwetbury.  Hertfordshire, 
3  February  1863.  He  died  at  Tunoridge  Wells  31  January 
1898,  aged  84. 

4.  Emelia,  born  12  April  1791  ;  married  in  1815  the  Rev.  Charles  Milman 

Mount,  Prebendary  of  Wells,  with  issue  three  sons  and  five  daughters. 
He^died  afc  Bath  11  May  1855,  aged  71.  She  died  at  Bath  13  January 
1877. 

5.  Robert  Parry,  born  23  August  1793  ;  Bengal  Civil  Service  1808—1840  ; 

Civil  and  Sessions  Judge  at  Nuddeah  ;  afterwards  of  Southbroome 
House,  Devizes  ;  High  Sheriff  of  Wiltshire  1849  ;  :\LP.  for  Chippenham 
1856-9  ;  married  (1)  at  Mortlake  17  November  1817  Clara  Amelia, 


'  Baptisms  at  St.  James's,  ]S'evis,2S  Anril 
1745.  ^ 

-  Gentleman's  Magazine;  Tombstone  of 
Mrs.  Nisbet  at  AValcot,  Bath. 


^  M.I.  St.  James's,  Nevis. 
Batk  Chronicle,  7  December  1819. 


Kingscote. 


*  Burke's  Peerage — Maitland  Baronetcy. 
'  Burke's   Landed    Gentry  —  Bevan  of 


^  Burke's  Landed  Gentry — Kingscote  of 


Trent  Park. 


50 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 

onlj  daujrluer  of  Major  Thomas  Harriott  of  West  Hal],  Mortlake 
Surrey,    .^he  died  at  Bath  U  December  ]S48,  aged  49     f-^)  ™  th 

Hall  Caiiibndgeshire,  and  widow  of  the  Rev.  Henry  Cnrtis  Smith 
Slie  died  without  issue  at  Southbroome  25  February  18G1  Mr  Robert 
b^dYssue- '  ^^'^^^l^broome  ol  May  1882.  %       first  wife  he 

1.  Clara  Elizabeth,  born  at  Chowriiighee,  Bengal,  27  Auo-ust  1818  ■ 
married  at  Calcutta  10  May  fs36  Thomas  Powney  Marten' 
Bengal  Civil  Service,  of  Marshal's  Wick,  Sc.  Albans  with 
issue  one  son  and  three  daughters.    -He  died  at  Makhal's 

died  at  Bengeo  Lodge, 

^SSdl^une  182L  ^^^^^^^^  «^ 

3.  Emma  Diana  Harriott  born  at  Rungpore.  Bengal,  15  August 

1822-  married  at  Southbroome  28  January  1845  Patrick 
Douglas  Hadow  of  The  Priory,  Sudbury,  Harrow,  Chairman  of 
the  Peninsula  and  Oriental  Steam  x\aYigation  Company,  with 
is.srie  eight  sons  and  one  daughter.  °He  died  at  BuSon 
5  September  1876,  aged  65.  She  died  at  6  South  Eaton  Place 
London,  o  August  1892.  a  i.ice, 

4.  Caroline  Sibella   born  at  Rungpore  5  November  1825  •  died 

unmarried  at  Harrogate  7  October  1906 
0.  Anne  Emelia  born  at  Banghulpore,  Bengal,  2  May  1S->S  • 
marned  at  Sonthbroome  7  June  1853  John  }farvey  Astell  of 
W  oodbury. Hall,  Sandy,  M.P.  for  Cambridgeshire  1852-1857 
and  for  Ashburton  1859-1865,  a  Director  of  the  East  L.dia 
Company,  wit.h  issue  two  sons  and  six  daughters.    He  died  at 

Wolm?F  •^'"""■^  ''''^  'Sed  80.    She  died  a 

Woodbury  Hall  13  August  1907. 

6.  Jane  Parry,  bora  at  Rungpore  4  April  1831 

7.  Selma^^born  at  Twickenham  8  July  1834;    died  3  October 

^iS^-^lo-'h^^u!^^'-^''?^''  'F'^  ^^"Sal  Civil  Service 
lbU-1840  ;  Civi  and  Sessions  J odge  at  Sarun  ;  married  at  Quedo-elev 

Aaey  ouit  s  Vicai  of  Bitcon,  Gloucestersh  re,  and  of  Albinia  Francos 
ilsuel-  ^  December  1890.    They  had 

I.  Anne,  born  at  Calcutta  6  December  18-^8 
.     2.  Harry  Curtis,  born  at  Futtehghur,  Bengal,  24  April  1830- 
admitted  a  sohctor  in  London   1853°  'married   at  Box 
h    Pev^'p'  '^'"''^  ^ 858  Louisa  Margaret,  only  dau.hte?  of 
S^^ffrR     ^    r'!?^'^  V'   ^'''"'^  of  Honrersfield, 

?if7     TV,     I'^'f^       ^''^  Wimbledon,  18  July 

1907.    Ihey  had  issue —  ^ 

1.  Ma^gret  Henrietta,  born  at  East  Sheen  28  January 


-  /4i<^.— Curtis-HayHard  of  Quedgelej. 


iirSCELLANEA  G-ENEALOGICA  ET  HERALD ICA. 


51 


2.  Harry  Bruce,  born  at  East  Sheen  26  April  1864  ;  B  A. 
Cantab  (Scholar  of  Pembroke  Colleo-e)  ]8S6  •  admitted 
a  solicitor  1890  ;  married  at  vSt.  Pelcr  Port,  Giiern^ev 
30  December  1891  Amabel  Trevilla,  daughter  of  Sir 
Thomas  Godfrey  Carey,  Bailiff  of  Giiernsev.  She  died 
m  London  19  July  1006,  aged  il.    They 'had  issue— 

(a)  Harry  Courtenay  Carey,  born   at  51  Clanricarde 

Gardens,  Kensington,  19  October  1892. 

(b)  Amabel  Maud,  born  there  4  September  1896. 

(c)  John  Parry,  born  there  8  May  1898  ;   died  there 

4  December  1898. 
(O- Robert  Archibald,  born   at   11   Hanover  Terrace, 

Kensington,  23  November  1900. 
(e)  Betty  Aibinia,  born  there  17  November  190.3. 
(/)  Nancy,  born  there  26  August  1905. 

3.  Agnes  Lockhart,  born  at  Kilburu  19  October  1866  ; 

married  at  Khandwa,  Central  India,  16  July  1894,' 
Hugh  ]\r<:Pherson Mitchell, Piesident  Engineer,  G.LP.R., 
,  yvith  issne  two  sons  and  one  daughter.    He  died  at 
Laiiouli,  Bombay,  18  March  1901,  aged  37. 

4.  Francis  Courtenay,  born  at  Kilburn  18  January  1869  ; 

Major  (temporary  Lieutenant-Colonel)  Gloucestershire 
Regiment  ;  served  in  the  South  African  War,  and  in 
France  1914—16  ;  D.S.O. 

5.  Katharine  Emelia,  born  at  Kilburn  1  September  1870  ; 

married  at  Wimbledon  5  June  1902  Major  (temporary 
Lieutenant-Colonel)  James  Kiero  Watson,  C.V.O., 
C.M.G.,  D.S.O. ,  King's  Royal  Rifles,  with  issue 
one  son. 

6.  Hugh  Adair,  born  at  Kilburn  22  June  1873  ;  Registrar 

of  the  Supreme  Court,  Hong  Kon<r,  from  1911  ; 
served  in  the  South  African  War  with  the  Lnperial 
Yeomanry  ;  married  Flora  Shortt,  with  issue  one 
son. 

7.  Alice  Maud,  born  at  Kilburn  24  May  1875  ;  married 

at  Wimbledon  23  April  1901,  as  his  second  wife,  the 
Rev.  James  Laclilaii  Evans,  Vicar  of  Holv  Trinitv, 
Lincoln's  Lin  Fields,  with  issue  two  sons  and  two 
daughters. 

-    8.  CecirParry,  born  at  Kilburn  8  January  1878;  died 
there  21  January  1879. 
9.  Walter  Selwyo,  born  at  Sidcup.  Kent,  5  February  1882  ; 
Assistant  Genera!  Secretarv,  Egyptian  State  Railways  ; 
temporary  Captain,  R.E.;  married  Lucy  Dent. 

3.  Emelia,  born  at  Futtehghur  19  November  1831  ;  died  in  London 

unmarried  6  xlpril  1855. 

4.  Walter,  born  at  Puruea  11  November  1835  ;   Madras  Civil 

bervice  1855—1865  ;  Sub-Agent  of  the  Bank  of  En^Wand  at 
Bristol  1870—1893;  married  at  St.  Marylebone,  London, 
12  March  1868,  Jean  Charlotte,  eldest  daughter  of  John  Webb, 
Bombay  Civil  Service.  He  died  without  issue  at  Clifton 
7  February  1911.     His  widow  died  at  Clifton  11  ^ifarcb 


52 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HEKALDlCA. 

5.  Mai-j_Ellen,  born  at  Wynberg,  Cape  of  Cxood  Hope,  3  September 
ItV  April  1868  the  Rev.  Nicholas 

M^Gratl),  ^  icar  oi  Bempton,  Yorkshire,  1874— 1905  with 
issue  t^yo  sous  and  two  daugluers.    lie  died  at  Tun'brido-e 
Is  lo  March  1908,  aged  75.    She  died  at  Tunbridge  Wells 
1-1  July  1913. 

^"  ^S'l^,-^''''^'  Chuprah  2  November  ]839  ;  Ben-al 

fs'.J  C.I.E.  1885;  Resident  in  Kashmir 

J  jK  f  ''^"^  «f  Colonel:  married 

at  Jul  nnder  b  April  18(35  Anne  Claxton,  yonn?est  daughter  of 
John  Delap  ^^  ,lson  of  Milford,  Hampshire  ;  died  without  issue 
ac  229  Cromwell  Mansions,  London,  S.W.,  5  June  191fa-. 

7.  Harriet  L  izabeth,  born  at  Newland,  Coleford,  Forest  of  Dean, 

10  xMay  1842.  ' 

8.  Josiah   born  at  The .  Grove,  Highgate,  20  November  1844- 

entered  the  ^mercantile  marine  ;  died  unmarried  at  Sydney; 

7.  MaiT  Ann,  born  1797;  died  at  Dalserf  House,  Cambusnethan,  28  December 

'  Edinhurgh  Couranf,  2  January  1804. 


9l5^iai^5a  to  tl)t  pvinm  Wmmiom  of  Bimtv 
from  ffarlnan  il^,  io76  in  tljt 
JSntisI)  illiistiuiu* 

[Harl.  1076,  fo.  103.] 

fr'om^r'^P  '  i'^  ^''^f  i''       I^'^^^-  °f  '-^ descended^ 

from  the  Benlosses  of  Haylstone  in  co.  Westmorl.  T 


Biudbs''^    ^-Arthur.    Geo._  Byndlos  of=T=Ann  da.  of  .  .  .  .  Sternes  of  Anthonie 

Lewis   in    com  in  com.  Norff.  [mar.    4"'  sonue 

Sussex  2  sonn.       lie.  3  Jan.  1595-6t]. 


*  Continued  from  p.  7. 

t  "  Caribbeana,"  vol.  iii.,  p.  262. 


MISCELLAKEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HEKALDICA.  53 
  Al 


Robert  Byndlos  of  RveyChristian  da.  of  ...  .  Greenwood  of  .  .  in  com  Ebor 
m  com.  bussex.  [mar.  lie.  as  of  Rie,  spinster,  28  July  l(i20*]. 


I  j 

Eobt  Bvndlos  obiit  infans.     Francess  ob.  s.p. 

[For  continuation  of  this  pedigree  see  "  Caribbcana,"  vol.  iii.,  p.  202.] 


[Harl.  1076,  fo.- 113^]  " 

Ar.ms.-0;-,  three  eagW  legs  erased  at  the  thigh,  standing,  gules,  on  a  chief  indented 

azure  three  stags' heads  caloshed  of  the  field. 
Crest.— xl/j  eagle's  head  coiqwd  argent,  chargul  icilh  three  roundels  .        in  it^  heal- 

an  eagle  s  leg  erased  at  the  thigh,  claws  in  chief  gules. 

W"^  Stan]ey=p  .... 
Hei'iry  Stanley  of  ChichesteryAun  da.  of  W">  Alagwick  of  Herford. 


Richard.==        Henry  Stanlt^^  3  son    Edw.  Stan]ey=pMartha  da.  of    Phillipp  4. 
fellow  of  NewCoUedg-e.    eldest  sonne.     -  ■  - 


Peter  Cox. 

Wilhn  5. 


I  ~  ^1 

Edward  Stanley  eldest  sonne.     2.  Nicholas. 


[Harl.  1076,  fo.  132.] 

^^""'^'l^Jif  ■5';^"^'-''    ^'^'Z  ''"-'U^'^'^f  reguardant  or;  2  and  3,  Argent,  three  boars' 
heads  sable,  covped  gules,  over  all  an  ammkt  fm-  difference.- 

Howell  Goch  descended  from  :\reredyth  ap  ^ilatth  •=^= 
Goch,  hee  descending  fro  Elvstan  Gludrith.  j 


GrifiRth  ap  Howell^. 

,  ' 


John  ap  Ilowell  of  .  .  .  ..^Rose  da.  of  Rich:  Crowther  sister  to 
'^aloP-  I  W"'  &  Brynn  Crowther. 


iin'tu-//'"'"".!:''^?--  "PP«^'-s  1>J  f.l>e=f3  Alice  sister  of  ...  .  Saffin  of 

will  of  W    Crowther  his  uncle  made  34  Eliz:  a"  15:i].  |  Cnlhampton  in  com.  Devon. 


'  Caribbeana/'  vol.  iii.,  p.  262^ 


54 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA   ET  HERALP  ICA. 


I  . 

Xatliaiiiell  Powell  now  of 
Ewhiirst  in  c6  Sussex 
1634. 


^Sara  da.  of  W^'Muddle 
of  Ewhnrst  in  co:  Sus- 
sex. 


Fi  aneess  ux.  J  lO  :  Hite  of  Dray- 
ton in  CO:  Sora,ersett  Gierke." 


Alice  eldest  daur.  fet.  4  a°  1634.    2.  Sarah.    3.  Elizab:  4 


Uavy. 

The  words  of  the  will  of  W""  Crowther  now  remaning  in  the  prerogative  oillce 
Lond.  Dat.  S4  Eliz.  1591.  ■ 

I  \\'^  Crowther  borne  at  Bedston  in  com.  Salop  but  now  remavnin"  at  Wivel«- 
comb  clerke  etc.  And  I  do  constitute  exeeu*  of  this  my  last  wiiriny  beloved 
Brotlier  Bryan  Crowther  &  :\Ieredith  Crowther  als.  ap  Jo:  ap  Griffith  u'p  Howell 
Goch  my  adopt,  sonne  etc.  Ego  Guilielmns  Crowther  ppria  manu  et  sano-uine 
subscripti  consignaui  et  confirmaui."  ■  ^ 


[Harl.  1076,  fos.  132'',  133.] 
Akms. — Per  pale  gules  and  azure,  three  talbots  passant  argent. 

C\i7.>T.— An  heraldic  antelope  scjoM  ermine,  attired,  and  supporting  with  the  dexter 
leg  a  shield  or.    Granted  to  Jo.  Turner  of  Tableherst  in  co.  Suss  oen  t 
by  R.  Cooke,  Clar.  27  June  1579  [copy  of  grant*]. 

S'-  Jo.  Scott  of  Scottshall=rAnn  da.  &  he.  of  Reginald  Pimp. 


Tho.  Turner  of  Reading  in  com.  Berks= 


Ric.  Scott= 

son. 


=]\[ar.  the  da.  of  Geo. 
Whetenhall. 


Jului  Turner^EUinor  da.  of  Jo.  Garraway  &  of  Ursula 
of  Table-      j  his  wife  da.  of  S''  Jo.  Bridges  K'  some- 
hiirst  in  com.  ,  times  Lord  Mavor  of  London. 
Suss.  ; 


Reginakl 
Scott. 


:p]lizab.  d; 
&  h.  of 
Rich. 
Cobb. 


I 

HeniT  1  son: 
mar.  "&  had 
issue. 


I  -p 
Sackvile  Turner  of  Tableliurst  in=pElizabeth  da.  &  h.  of 
com.  Sussex  [died  4  Dec.  12  Chas.,  i  Reginald  Scott  Escf  of 
purchased    manor    of  Ashurst,  |  the  family  of  Scotts 
Sussex,  1612,  and  sold  it  1618t].  '  


Hall. 


Sackvile  [liv- 
ing 20  OcL' 
1635*]. 


Henry  [living 
20  Oct' 
1635*]. 


I 

Anne  only  da.  wife  of  Matthias  Caldecott  & 
haying  issue  2  daus.  is  dead. 


^rartha  ast.  10  yeares  &  a  halfe  [aged  12  yrs 
10  months  Dec.  12  Chas.f]. 


2.  Bennett  [aged  10  yrs.  and 
2  months  Dec.  12  Chas.f].  A 

T,rintJd^S'f  frrn^  ^""77  ^^^-'i'^/' .^ompiled  by  Eev.  Samuel  Blois  Turner,  M.A.,  privately 
printed  1884,  from  which  further  particulars  can  be  obtained, 
t     Sussex  Iiiq.  P.M."    {Sussex  Record  Society.) 


MISCEI.LAXI:i  GENEAI.OGICA  ET  HEIULDICA, 


I  Dorsetsh. 


Henrjlsonmar.    Thomas  Jo'haSsonne 


Eliz.  d.  of 
Shai-ples. 


Cliff  0  f 


John  5  soniiG  mar.    irarv  d  nf— \v;n;        m  , 

u.ust.       I  lunior   ;  of  Rob. 

Hraleve  of 
Ta  (ill  ton. 


Turner  of  Tai)nton== 
mar.  Mar\.  d.  of  W"' 
King  of  Tiuunton. 


Eliz.  nx.  ^Y 
Bjjider  of 
Wilscomb. 


Joh 


Turner 


'Sara. 


Eo.  157. 


^^^^^^orS^  of  Doubts  ^  ambigni.ves 

of  xheire  due  being  stirred  &  fncited  heJeurfo  hv  to  depraue  the  vertnons 

th'cit  they  find  in  themselves  Sctiue  fhp^^^^^ 

pompla.nfc  ;  It  behoueth  therforrer^  rdhn.Han  'I  P'  "'^'^"'^ 
t^^stify  a  truth  bein-  required   E.ne^liiv-  v      *  ^heise  cases  to 

Causes  and  questions%f  To "ot  f  Officers  of  Arn.  n 

faccon  of  the  well  disposed  as  fm^  ?  I  .7  knowledge  as  well  for  the  satis- 

malitious:  Know  all  men  therforPhv  M  ^'"'^  of  the  willfdl 

gf  Clement  Caldecot.  "te'^^^  ^^^f  ^''^ '^'^^^^ 

Cambr.  &  Essex  &  other  Col  as  by  t l     e  f^"''  '''^  ^^""tr  o 

wittness  more  plavnly  may  ™ aT Lo^ t^^^^^^^ 

familves  in  that  Shire  •  Andbi  nrT   '  ,  alliauce  to  most  of  the  best 

downe  my  knowledge  he4  la     f  "tZl't^       ''''^  ^f'^"'^^"  - 
to  this  purpose  bein^  that  PnX^      J     ^  ^'^^^''^^      ^^'^  perusing  of  Enidences 
no  less  ThaS  testify  t1u."m^chf  A^dl'j't^t  Ce^^f^H'^^^^^  ^^■'-■^ 

^hereof  ^^a^^^LlS'^^^;^^,^!:^-  ^  In  witness 

depicted.  ^  ^^^^  ^  <^aL^sed  the  savd  Coate  to  bee  hereunder 

EiciLiRD      George  Js^orroj  ,11       T  ]  I'l  ■ 

Kmge  of  Armes.  ^"     ,J  7  likewise  aiiproue 

W  "  &£GAn  Garter  ju-incipaii 
King  of  Amies. 


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[Had.  1076,  fos.  1G5^  130.] 
Arms.— Apparently  unfiuished.    Quai-torlv  of  ^iv '•  i  vv 


39  Eliz.*  (1597).] 


iurle  in  com.  Sussex  K'  2  wife. 


y  j  Com.  ^7ilfcs  k*.  — 

r 


5.  Brido-ett. 


Arundell. 

[The  words  in  italic  are  in  a  different  handwriting.  J 


[Harl.  1076,  fo.  U2'^.] 
Jo-  Grey  of  Red  Castle  i.i  co.  Mongomer.=p  ^ 

I   ^  —-  .  ^1  2  son.  y 

^  j        L»eane  in  com.  Somersettsti.  J  

'T?'™'"-  G^lf^LSr  "^""^ 

(,To  be  continued.) 


( 

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MISCELLANEA   GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 


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60  MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 

ensinal  ©rants  xsf         in  tljt  Public 

CxRANT  OF  ARMS  AND^ii^T  TO  THOJIAS  WHYTE. 

To  all  and  singular  as  well  Kinps  hcranlds  and  offyoers 
of  Armes  as  nobles  ocntyl men  and  others  whvch  these  presents 
shall  se  or  here  yli.n  Hervy  Esqnver 'otherwyse  called 
clarencieulx  principal]  heranld  and  king  of  armes  of  the  South 
Eas  and  est  partyes  of  Englonde  from  the  Kyyer  of  Trent 
southward  sendyth  dne  comendacons  and  gretvn?  forasmoch 
as  annciently  from  the  begynnyng  the  yalyaunt  and  yertious 
acts  of  excelent  parsons  haue  bene  comendyd  to  the  worlde 
^itli  sondry  monuments  and  remembrances  of  their  <rood 
deserts  emong  the  winch  one  of  the  chefyst  and  most  uluall 
^/s^K.^SU\y^^  ,  of  Sigiies  and  tokens  in  shvlds  called 

C0r^-^\      -y™^'-^       ^l^i^fi  f  e  none  other  things  then  eyydences  and 
_v-,.  demonstracans  of  prowes  and  yaleure  dyuersly  dystrybutcd 

according  to  the  qualytes  and  deserts  of  the  parsons  that  such 
.gnes  and  tokens  of  the  Dyligent  faythfull  and  couragions 
nVf     '^P'r  "eglygent  coward  and  Ignorant 

o  Iniytac5a  of  yertue  and  noblenes  eyen 

tho  ,-nf..f  fi  .  1,  so  hath  the  same  bene  and  yet  is  contynually  obseryed  to 
the  intent  that  such  as  haue  done  comenable  S'yvce  to  theyr  Prince  rconntrey 

'am'  Z"'     ^'T  f  T  theyr^yy    and  Iso  der  ni 

the  same  Successyuely  to  hevr  posteryte  after  them  mrl  VoCr.rr^,.P   <^"u  aiso  uciyuc 

pmvl„,e„  .„d  c,,df  ble  vn,io£  a  J  T^Z^^'iFS^^Zf/SnS:^ 
SeA  haue  deuged  orfep.ed  and  assigned  a'?,,    „  ed  " 

iiiiSSiiii 

Xote.-The  Seals  have  bee.,  e„t  off.  ^l^HJo^fiTr'™"'-' 


(To  be  continued.) 
*  Oontioued  from  p.  26. 


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GENEALOGICAL  EXTRACTS  FROM  SLXTEENTH-CEXTURY  WILLS 
IN  THE  CONSISTORY  COURT  AT  CANTERBURY.* 

VOLUME  YUl.~confinned. 

ChmVS-St'^'^'fn^pf  "f'f '^i?  ^'"^'^  ^^'^P'^^-  To  be  buried  ia  the 
onuicii  ot  tet.  .s.ephea  of  Lyinpiie.    Thomaz  ue  his  wife     Mai-o-ery  his  danfrhfpr 

ReniinZ  ?   T                                 '-It  Som'field  called  Lordys  for  her  life. 

Proved  ^«  ^^i«hard  and  Tiromas  his  sons. 

\   

'yRvhl^^  ^rhnn                   P<"-''sh  Of  West  well.    To  be  buried  in  the  Church 

yaidtheie.  ihoma,sine  her  daughter.    Joane  her  daughter.    Dated  28  May  1504. 

All  ^Sain^t;  ofT^r  GoDrnzY  alias  Fmm.  To  be  buried  in  the  cemetery  of 
^hich  he  dulll^       A  ^''f  ^^r?^''''-  '"^  ^^f^-    His  tenement  in 

^^rsjbia^tnS.^'::!:^   "^^'^^ ''''' 

att  P;nln^pw"''''-5^''''!,^^  Benynden.   To  be  buried  in  the  Chapel  of  our  Lndv 

Spn^.^f  ;  T  ^?  ^"^^'^^  °f  Sylver  and  gylt  to  be  to  the  Church  of 
G  oJ^e  C  n?  fovd  T ■  "^'"'V  ^^^-Ite^^More  his  father.  Wills lha 

Auchfr  Fdw  ^'r^''^'"'"'  Boughton.  E^q.,  Richard  Wilsford,  Clerk,  Janies 

Morelvn  nn^Vi?^^^  gent.  Thomas  Mayhewe,  Alexander  Courthope,  Richard 

occSe  a^d If?  his  wife  and  her  a  signs  to 

occupye  and  take  profit  of  his  pruicipal  manor  and  Lordship  of  Benynden  with  all  the 

TmlTw-il'''^^^^^^^^^  "^^'^      ^'^^  ^-'^^        ^encs  lying  up 

E^  hmden  '■o  ■  h  I  5'  ^"^''V  Maplisden,  and  his  rents  of  the  Dei  of 

T^,n^o  -Ar  T  ^^f«^v.  Remainder  to  his  son  Thomas  More  in  fee  simple  To 
SX  Trw!;r T""'  Gh^nfi'an.  C?]  with  its  appurtenance^s  '  n  f^^e 
simple,    lo  Wi  ham  More  his  son  his  lands  and  tenements  lyinj  upon  the  Dennes 

inT  ltw?^r''''^1  ^'f'''  ^"^  d'-^S      said  moSl 

obit  he  kon  fn   Th"T"'r^"'',  f ^"'•'^'^^''^  '^'i^pl^-    "^^'ills  that  a  yearlv 

Sn^den^f^.,     Honn  ''''  ^^'^'^'^  '"'^^^      ^he  Church  of 

tienynden  foi  his  soul,  his  wives,  etc.,  6s.  8d.    Dated  3  Oct.  1500.    Proved,  etc. 

fo.  .32  Richard  Goore  of  Feversham,  Gent.  To  be  buried  in  the  Monastery 
0  leversham  besyde  the  Chapel  of  St.  Anne.  Wills  that  Loie  his  wTfe  ha4  hi^ 
et   blnlTnlTJh'      ^''^"■J  <=^^P^^d  the  Goore,  with  all  the  land 

or  n'nm        °  'Tf  ^'™""'"        "^^^^P'^^     ^^v  the  term  of  her  life 

Z  A 1  K  '^^"f  ^.""^^  ^hen  he  wills  the  same  to  Jamys  his  son,  he  payin-  4arly 
deed  hi  ?  o'n'^  Convent  of  the  Monastery  of  Feveisham  40s.  acc^orSgfo  S 
tn  lenll^      P       ""'f'  y'^''^      hold  to  the  said  Jamys  in 

^te%.^:d5t^iI^or   ''''' ''-^-^'^^^ 

buried  in  Vh/rJ?  ,"°^''^/-Vl«^the  parish  of  St.  Martyn  near  Canterbury.  To  be 
Si  1      !   i'^T^'  ^^''^  aforesaid  besyde  tlie  Sepulture  where  John 

6  May  ifo!^  '^"^  •^'^'^  ^^°"Sham  her  late^  husband  DaVeS 

*  Continued  from  p.  12, 


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fo  51.  Jobs  Kvryell  of  Lvmpne.  Gent.  To  be  buried  in  the  Church  of 
bt.  Rodigund  s  next  Dover  next  the  sepulture  of  Bartraham  Kyriell  in  the  Hi-h 
Chancel  there.  To  the  Abbat  and  Convent  for  licence  of  sepulture  the  £6- 1.5s  4d 
To  8  prestes  to  bring-  his  body  from  Bellavowe  to  St.  Radigund's  the  (sic)  to  say  aho  at 
his  burjall,  20d.  each  To  Aljs  his  wife  his  place  called  Bellavowe  at  Limpne,  with 
tlie  lands  and  appurtenances  belonging  to  the  same  and  other  lands  in  Hith 
Loraene  and  Lonnmgton,  to  her  and  her  heirs  for  ever.  His  lauds  in  Bonnino-ton' 
u-^  acres  of  arable,  pasture  and  woodland.  He  wills  that  his  said  wife  have  the 
profit  and  revenue  of  his  manor  of  Brencheley  in  Sussex,  with  all  its  lands  and 
appurtenances  untill  his  son  John  attain  the  age  of  24  years,  then  to  him  and  his 
heirs  for  ever,  and  if  he  should  dye  before  he  attains  the  said  a-e  of  24  vears  then 
the  said  manor  to  be  sold  for  charitable  uses.  Dated  IG  March  1504.  Proved 
25  March  fol  nwincr 


rh,!^o^.^l\  ^'^^P?'  n^^?""'  P^"'^      ^^^^'7-    To  be  buried  in  the  said 

Church  besyde  Peter  Darby,  some  time  her  husband.    Dated  12  Jan.  1504. 

!u    nl'^^'^'^C'^Yc  ^''^'r^'  Town  of  Xew  Romney.    To  be  buried 

withm  the  Church  of  St  Martyn  of  Eomene  before  the  Image  of  our  Lady  next 
nnto  her  husband  John  Elys.    Dated  18  April  1505. 

A        ^^P  p'^^'fu  ^/  senior.    To  be  buried  iu  the  Church  of  the 

Apostles  Peter  and  Paul  before  the  door  of  the  new  Chapel  of  the  Blessed  Mary 
where  no  burial  has  as  yet  been.  His  sister  Eleanor  Manning.  Anne  Mannino- 
her  daughter.    Dated  5  xlpril  1501.  °  -idnnin^ 

In  1  Buckloud.  H,s  manor  of  Bucklond,  with  its  appurtenances  and 
other  lands  lying  m  Linsted,  Tong,  Tenham  and  Stone,  to  Joane  his  wife  for  her 

n!;        T     ■  '°      '^"P*='''^  Executors  in  Deeds  of  Charity. 

Dated  4  June  lo04.    Proved  18  Dec.  1505.  ^ 

Tn  ti^^-  1  ^^"ru^n'i  F^^^HAXD  of  the  parish  of  St.  Martyn  besyde  Canterbury. 
To  be  buried  m  the  Church  of  St.  Martyn  aforesaid  besydes  the  place  of  buryal  oi 
Agues  his  wife  there.    Dated  17  Xov.  anno  21  Henry  7.  ^ 

« ■  V^'  ^77^^'^^  P^^'DK  of  the  parish  of  Haukeherst.  To  be  buried  within 
DatSSb^  l.^^^^^^  Robert  and  Thomas  his  sons.    Joane  his  wii!: 


VOLUME  IX. 

l^lJyohY.fiiT^f^''\^rT:  J«  .be  buried  in  the  Church  of  the  Blessed  Virgin 
Proved  2j  Apru  l507     "'  ^'"-^'^  '^'^  brother-in-law. 


fo.  59.  Richard  Burwashe  of  Hedcron.  Wills  that  Maro-erv  his  wife  take 
unonT  Den  y  K  n  ^""'"f  'I  '^^"^^  ^^^^^  the  f^^lsrof  Fge  on 
tTe  saS  n^lh    MT  "^^^'""^'^  ^^"^^  ^^'^  ^oote  lying  within 

indife      1   II   T.!''^  P^^^^i^^i"^^er  to  John  and  Edwai-dliis  sons 

oth  r  t   h  ^hf  1  ."^      P^,  if  either  dye  without  lawfuU  issue  the 

othei  to  be  hi.,  heire.    Llcanor  his  daughter.    Dated  12  Nov.  1507. 


1  V'^. 


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23  rears  a  messuage  and  all  his  lands  and  tonements  rt  i^parLl  of  1L 
to  lum,  Im  l,e,rs  and  assisns  for  evermore  in  tail  eene'ral"  RemiE  o  Fdmm  , 

the  said  John  as  aforesaid),  aud  if  Smnid  f;^  ..T/  bequeathed  to 

mmmmm 

the  said  parish.   Dated  7  Jime  1507  »J'-  Joh"  Kosebnrj,  v.car  of 

01,n?Zf  Dll™rthetS'.e^'jst^forn"'t4re''t        ''I  ""7^  I" 

of  land  and  a  1    f  lyTnl  in  \?  L  '  ^''^  'IfT^'-     '^"^^  ^^'"^^ 

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To  tlie  reparation  of  the  said  church  20''  lede.  His  houses  and  hinds  as  well 
withiD  the  towG,  port,  and  libertie  of  Dover,  as  within  tlie  shire  of  Kent,  and  also 
all  his  lands  and  tenements  lying  iu  the  lordship  of  :\Iarke  and  within  the  Marshes 
of  Cahce  to  Joane  his  wife  for  term  of  her  life.  Remainder  to  John  his  son  in  tail 
general,  with  other  remainders.  She,  he,  or  thcj  payin?  vearly  to  the  i\raster  and 
Uretheren  of  the  ilaison  Dieu  for  ever  £1  for  a  yearly  obit  to  be  done  in  the  same 
place.    Dated  14  Sept.  1506. 


fo.  120.  Thomas  att  See  of  the  parish  of  Heme.  To  be  buried  in  the  church- 
yard of  Herne  aforesaid.  William  his  sou.  Ohrystyno  his  wife.  All  his  lands 
and  tenements  with  their  appurtenances  lying  at  Studhill  and  his  2  intermost 
werys  being  at  a  place  called  Bonehill,  and  all  his  lands  and  woods  as  they  lye  in 
the  Borough  of  Thornden,  to  William  his  son,  his  heirs  and  assigns  for  ever.  To 
Hamon  his  son  at  the  age  of  20  years  his  tenement  at  See  Street  with  the  lands 
appertaining  thereto.  His  tenement  at  Grenehill  with  the  lands  thereto  apper- 
taining in  the  Borough  of  Strode  to  Vincent  his  son  at  the  age  of  20  years,  to  him 
his  heirs  and  assigns  for  ever.  To  Hamon  his  son  at  the  age  of  16  his  lauds  at 
BonehilL  To  Vincent  his  son  at  the  age  of  16  his  lands  at  Hampton  to  them  and 
their  heirs  for  ever,  and  if  any  of  his  said  sons  dye  before  the  above  recited  a'^^es 
the  survivors  to  share  his  or  their  parts,  share  and  share  alike.   Dated  6  Dec.  1508 


fo  loo.^  Thomas  Waltox  of  the  town  of  Hythe.  To  be  buried  in  the  Parish 
Church  of  St.  Leonard  of  Hythe  in  the  high  chancel  before  St.  Leonard,  payino-  co 
the  1  arson  of  the  same  Church  for  his  sepulture  10s.  To  Alice  his  wife^'his 
tenemeut_  called  Depegate  in  the  parish  of  Cheriton  and  all  the  lands  thereto 
appertaining  for  life.  Remainder  in  tale  general  to  Thomasine  Hale  his  dau'diter 
Remainder  to  the  House  of  Maison  Dieu  of  Dover  for  ever,  keepin<r  for  him  two 
times  m  the  year  an  Obit  with  Mass  and  Dirige  by  the  discretion  of  the  Master  of 
the  said  House  for  ever.  To  Thomasine  his  daughter  his  tenement  and  laiKh^  called 
Urgrove  m  Folkstone  in  tale  general.  Remainder  to  the  House  of  St.  Sepulchre  of 
Canterbury,  they  keeping  for  him  Mass,  etc.,  as  aforesaid  ij  times  in  the  vear  for 
ever  He  wills  that  his  feoffees  immediacely  after  his  decease  enfeoffe  the  church- 
wardens of  the  Church  of  St.  Leonard  of  Hethe  of  and  iu  his  piece  of  laud  called 
the  Ivowleeze  lying  at  Damyett  to  be  had  to  them  and  their  successors  to  th'use 

and  reparacion  of  the  said  Church  for  ever.    John  Hale,  Bilcheboroucrb  The 

Crosse  at  Canon  Courte  in  Xewington.    Dated  2i  March  1508  ° 


fo.  13/  .  Bennet  Webbys  of  the  parish  of  St.  Mary  of  Sandwich.  To  be  buried 
before  the  aulter  of  Jesus  in  the  Parish  Church  of  St,  Mary  aforesaid.  -Uice  his 
daughter.  Katherine  his  wife.  .John  his  son.  Thomas  his  son.  His  barne  set  in  the 
COi-ne  Market  m  the  parish  of  St.  Peter,  Sandwich,  with  appurtenances,  reraaine  to  the 
J^nor  and  Convent  of  the  Friers  Carmelites  there  and  to  their  successors  for  evermore 
lykenherst  in  forborne.  His  manor  of  East  Court  in  the  parish  of  Gilliuo-ham 
with  all  his  lands,  tenements,  rents,  services,  woods,  pastures,  medows^  and 
baltm  rshe  to  the  same  belonging,  with  all  and  every  its  appurtenances,  which 
sometime  were  belonging  to  the  ancestry  of  him  and  his  uncle  John  Grenestede 
iioly  l-sic]  remame  to  his  son  John,  in  like  manner  it  is  ordained  and  provided  by  his 
r?.  f o*if\*^r''^^  Gilhnghams,  sometyme  of  die  parish  of  Gillingham  aforesaid. 
Dated  28  March  1508. 


fo  lo3  Thomas  Gregory  of  the  parish  of  St.  Nicholas,  Romene.  To  be 
buried  in  the  Church  of  St.  Nicholas  aforesaid  in  the  chancel  of  our  Lady  next 
nnto  the  grave  of  William  Gregory  his  uncle.    Dated  15  Nov.  1507 


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certain  chappel  of  the  bl^secrVirim  m  ""^  T"'',"  ^^^"^  ^'""'^-'^  aforesaid  in  a 
wife.    Dated  5  Dec  1509  of  sepulture  of  Joane  his 


VOLUi\IE  X. 

^^A^oU?S'^£:Z:ri£S^T^^  Ho-fb'e  House  of  ..he 

Feversham  before  the  Rode  of  P  ttiP  in   hi        f         \^  '"""'^  ^^^^f  of 

College  of  Arundell  withi    our  Me  P   '  .  T,^  °^  '^'^  the 

sometrme  Erie  of  Arunde  Tai^S  nf^W  '''l  ^'""f  ^-^^^'^  ^^''^^  '^^''on^^'^- 
To  Anne  his  wife  all        .na.wf  ?  ^^^^  Church  of  Luddenham.' 

county  of  Kent  for  the  termeTl  ^r  lifo  '^"^  ^'''"^'f^ts  rents  and  services  in  the 
of  Thomas  Foi^ge,  Sero^  le  Po  •  er  n  T"'^""  ^  daughter  Eleanor,  wife 
lawfully  begotten.'  RemSer  o  1  L  own"  "1^' ''^^  ^^^'^ 

in  the  1st  year  of  King  Henry  VIII.  ^^"^^^  ^  ^^^'-^ 

the  I^de  Lxt^h'e'^We'i'o'f  St.^  ^t  John  the  Bapti.t  on 

and  mother.  Agnes,  late  his  w i ^.-^homas  and  Elizabeth  his  father 
his  son  Edward's  s'om  Bes  e  Gave  h?'"  u'  Gave 
Gaye  his  son.  Joan  his  wif^S^and  irFl^n^'T^^^^  ^hon/as 
London.    His  lands  in  Elmsted  to  But       f  ^ymme  and 

Thomas  his  son  his  mess  '  ca  led  th?  7  T]  '"f  To 
Kennington  in  tale  genera?  Reminder  S  n'^  Y  ^'l^'  ^"""^  tenements  in 
Remainder  to  Edward  Ins  son  in  like  tole  T  Humphry  his  son  in  like  tale, 
that  Humphry  his  son  shaU  Le  to  L  V-'"'''  ^^'''^ 

otherwise  called  Shorne  Courte  wi     all  h,  dt  of  Bekesherst 

Couite  lying  and  beine  within   he  Da  shl   Jp  ^  '''''''  'l""^''  ^^e  same 

Eastbridge,  Herst  and  Bonnin"  ton  and^f  ,  1.  l  ^^'"nie  Xewington,  Aldington, 
i-einayne  to  Edward  Gave  aS  hS  hets  a^'/l'??"%'=*[  '^'^'^  ^"'"Phfy  co' 
to  remayne  to  Thomas  Gaye  his  ^n  a^S^fl^^^  ^^S^,^^^  gj^.^^ 

Chl^lfof  tll^nS^y^Sf  1^"-  ^0^7  to  be  buried  within  the 
^Villiam  Eallande  there."^  To  .70^^^  h  s  wif!  .1  K  T'  ^f'^'^'.  ^^'"^^  ^f  Dane 
to  her  and  her  heirs  for  evermore     Dated  sVjL.I 509^   "     '"""""'^  ^"'^ 

fn^l^^  'CI  ^ThZs^!^ To  be  buried  in  the 
Joane  his  daughter.    John  and  Thomas    h."  '^'^  ^'''PP^  ^"'^  ^'-^^^I'ter. 

son  of  Williani  Fermor.  Al  ct  Joan^M^!  f  Thomas  Fermor.  Adryan, 
^aid  Thomas  Fermor.  Svmo I  'lin, "  '  ^[^.f'y,^^'^  Margaret,  daughters  of  the 
H.S  tenement  at  Dyusmer^he     DS  lJu^y  lllO^^^^^    "  ^^"^hters. 

^^^'^muS^^^'S^^^^  Joane  his  wif.. 

Sain't's'  of-L/^lf  aftS."  A.n';.i'''Aliee^ani"r';""' ^''"•'^'^^-^ 

wife.    Thomas  his  son.    Dated  8  lot  1510  daughters.    Joane  his 


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and  Anne  his  dano-hters.    He  w  lis  that  ^^li  church.    Agnes,  Marcy 

upon  his  grave.  Thomasine  hfs  w  fe  To  W  1! ^^'"^  '''"'^  '^''^  ^■'''■^ 
nients  in  the  parish  of  Godenrstor  n  t.Ie  mi  i     P  '  '"f  ''"'^^  ^"'^ 

]>ke  tale.    Eemainder  to  his  in  Eic L  J^r/ike  t^r^S'^''  '^'^'^  ''^^  ^^^^''^ 
John  Boys  and  his  heirs  for  eve      His  In,S^    !^  \    '    ^^^^i^'^^er  to  his  brother 
Eobert  in  tale  naale.    Een'aindei'  to    i  ^/T"'"r^ 

his  son  WiHiam  in  h'ke  tale  E  n  ai.  d  r  ?o  Ao^"'  "i''^'/"''^-  I^^^^^^i^^er  to 
Remainder  to  ^lercy  his  cL^^hte   i   1  L^h^"°'p'  "'^''^f      ^^^'^  Sene,-al 

and  her  heirs  for  evermore.  H  s  ani  tenen  r.emainder  to  his  daughter  Anne 
of  Fordwich  and  his  house  in  Snidwich  tl  mrlTA  brewhonse  within  the  town 
to  Eobert  his  son  in  like  tale  i^^eml^^^^  Remainder 
evennore.    He  wills  that  his  U.ntS7^},^;JtZl'^Zjt  Sg!l^5^s:^^- 

Alvf^  f  J^^^  fi^r'^^^J:  ^^^^^^^  ;l^o  chn,.hya..  of  Hern, 
a  See.    Her  daughter  Eleanor  Everard.  '^wLl"  ^^^'^^^[^so^^^Jat:^;^;^^;; 


son.^-i;L  dS1;^A5^'"  ^-'--^  Hayton  his 

17  £;reh  IoIl'-"""  '''''^       '^^^'^^  Clerke  of  Aldyngton.  Dated 

^^e'^u^y^rF:ff:Slr^^  l^.^y  to  be  buned  in 

of  a  stone  to  lay  upon  his  buria  iOs      L^.      S  the  buying 

Knatchbull  his'sou-in-law  Hi  'and.  fZZ  T^f^^'^''::  ,:^l3-s  his  wife.  Eichard 
sou  of  Eichard  Knatchbnll  ^^J^tl£lt^^::^Xl^^\Ji^^^^ 

the'chuihyaS"°o?  Xewi^'^ou"  fr^iou.    To  be  buried  in 

20  Aug.  1511.  °       "''•^'^^        ^'^ther  and  his  mother  there.  Dated 


VOLUME  XL 

our?;d%f^?Se^"^f}o?n?Ls°w]^^f  ^--''-^  Church  of 

in  WestJell  called  Big^s  for  I'l  i '  '  lands  pertaining  to  it 

male.  Eemainder  toj^o  ^J^^l^'^if  ''  ^eath  to  his  son  Harry  in  tail 
of  his  co^en  John  Aucherr^  iL   a  I     Pem   i  i  • 

said  cozen  John,  in  like  t^il  Pema  nde,  fn  1  '  ''^T'  '^^^^^^  o^  ''^^ 
said  John.    Eemainder  to  his  'iS-'s  in  T  ^'^^  ^  or  4  sons  of  the 

To  James  his  son  his  knds  cal  d  C  Z  I  ^T^'^  '"'^  ^"'^  ^''''^  ^or  ever. 
Remainder  to  his  brother  iSrv  an^h^s  h^^^^^  feandhei-st,  to  him  and  his  heirs, 
his  son  shall  have  his  land  in  p!o Ivenln  i^'  'T'' r.  "'^''^  ^hat  John  Harry 
remaiade.  to  James.    eI^'LTo^^  2^  J^tl"        ""''^'"''^  ''''' 


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MISCELLAKiiA  GEXEAI.OGICA  Er  HEP.AI.mCA, 


tenements  in  Staple  and  all  his  ma   hes  Tcre  of^^^^^  '  p- 'f?^'  '''f 

cl.mch  at  t.mcs  of  divine  service  for  ever.    DaioVs  Apri"  Tsii 


-on  i..  .l,e  ,.V,sl,  of  aiLde^t:  dSj M.'Jeh'lTu;!:""  °'  ' 

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JriSCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  KT  HEKALHICA.  71 

i^Tominifntal  hmvi^tiom  ani  fHvnim-p  „, 
mmotmom  from  muh,  m.* 

9 

Sacred 
to  the  memoiy  of 
Sdsax  t!ic  beloved  wife  of  TircvAS  Ly.xx 
and  dan|i,ter  of  Thomas  Si.aipso.y,  Esq- 
ol  Ufiord  m  the  county  of  Suffolk  • 
■  •  '"■^0  departed  this  life  Sepf  16"'  183-i 

m  the  07"^  year  of  her  aae' 

she  wiFp  ?'       '"'J         ^-^^ellont  mother, 

she  wa    arlj  grounded  n  the  faith,  and  ins  ructed 

m  the  precepts  of  her  blessed  Eedeemer, 
« h  eh  with  unostentatious  fervour,  meekness  and 

c  hik   wifS;'       ''f^'''^  ''^-'--^^  duties  of, 

child,  wife  pai^ent  and  friend  ;  thereby  laying-  up  for 
herself  a  crown  of  everlastino'  o-ion-  ^ 
through  the  merits  and  intercession  of  our 
Lord  and  Saviour  Jesus  Christ,  Amen  - 
iler  remams  are  deposited  in  the  vault  under  the 
South  aisle  of  this  church. 

which  five  shields:  two  ladies  "one  wi  h  F  '^'  '"'^'^^^'ith  brasses  inlaid,  of 
Willm,  Johfi,  the  other  w  U  thC  '^''^  the  names 

Bndgitta.    From  the  mouth  o   the  hdfto  the^  them  Bridgitta,  Anna, 

spmtu  peraclitu  in  quo  o'ia  confitemur '  ''''^^  ascribed:  "Te 
'•Te  unnm  in  sn(bscantia  trinSm    nn  ^' -^^'^  ''^^^        s'^™"  inscribed: 

the  mouth  of  the  lady  on  flTvShT^T  ^''''^  P^''^""''^  confitem^"  From 
tlie  invocation :  "  Te  fiUnm    nio'  f  "'"'"^"^  "  ^^i^h  probably  bore 

children  behind  her  is  a  " c  dS^^^^^  Over  the  three 

trimtas."    Between  the  t^oTdS^^^lt^^^^^  ''^'^       '^''''^^'^^  «  beata 

^nh  a  scroll  inscribed:     iTm'm-^  1^1^^^ 

Above  the  figure  of  th^  man  if  e  nn  >k  STZ""  '  V-  ^^"fitemur.'' 
representation  of  the  Trinity  The  nvn  .V  1  ^  '''''  '"'"^'^  '^''^  probably  a 
^^ose,  but  no  doubt  intended  for  hh  uTl    '  '^^^  ^^^P-"  ^  ^^>'V/^ 

^f'^A  because  tlie  crest  i^^ that  of  h  {  f  ''-i'  ^  ^''^'/'^^^^  '^^ 

^"/./^/.  cffke  thigh  /.rj™  .   '        '  ^  '"^^'^'^  /^/^^«y^^^ 

.;z  chief  and  Z  io  H    p"'^^  '^''^"/f       ^'^'^''"'^^^  «^ 

on  a  chief  gi>Iei  a  lion  vaZZ^^^^^  "'^"'^^  ^-^       ^'"^^^^^  ^'^^'^ 

on  the  left  hand  of  Haddon  To  Z  l\  '  t^^''^^^-)??  ™^  "^'^^rLE.  This 
^ehw  the  shoidJers  affronTe' ill-n^  frn^^^  7  Gule,,  a  virgin  couped 

^m-ned  with  an  east^n1:o,^ranZh^^^^^        proper  crined,  vested- Ld 

^^n^:::^;rif^^^^^ 

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issin/ig  from  ihe  top  of  ihc  '^hidl  tL*o  ei.  -  1 1"  "  "  •  ■  "  '  '  •  •  •  ''''""^^  P'^'^^ 
propel-  colours,  b^fc^he   aif  .To;'       p  .o,  '  i)  enn.nellcd  in  their 


by  oak  pai.Ilin,;  thif  ^J^l',^  /-^er  it  was  covered 

same  position  notil  1870  when  in  thp  .nf  ''^  '^^"^  remained  in  the 

was  remo-ed  to  it^  pr  infDlaee     Th  1       alterations  in  the  chancel  it 

giving  the  name  and' ot  e  pa' t  cnla^  roMhe'i^'i ''""^  ''''  '^^'^ 
matrix  alone  she\dn-  it  was  p  W  H  i  ?1  commemorated  is  gone,  the 
who  is  commemo  ated  by  it  A  1  1  ^l^'elds  of  arms  leave  no  doubt  as  to 
HO  by  its  havinrhe]„,e    ci-es^lnd  l^Z^'^'^T'^'^''  '^''^  ^^ewn  to  be 

misrepresented  ancltK^^^^^^^  ^'^^ ^^''^^^^  sli^'-tly 

the  meniorial  of  Si  PJchaid  H  d?rn  P-^  can  therefore  safely  assign  it  as 
Staple;  he  was  AldPrnvf  nf  P  ^rerchant  of  the 

t^-  latter  paTrof  tiT'"\f,J"^f^  I-^'d  Mayor  in  1500  and  f<. 

following  ibstra  t   of"       S  i  Wi  r^''o=^  "^^^^'^      I^ondon,  but  the 

sl-ow  that  he  was  o^l  ^^^^S:]^;;^^:!:'''  ''''  ^^^^^'^  himself 

benShrhif  if  ^'-'t^d  13  March  1473  (P.C  C    34  Watfvs^ 

heirs  lawfully  be4ten  buti?  hP  ^i^^^^  to  his 

equally  divided  between  Ell^^^^^^^^  ^^''^  l^"ds,  etc.,  to  be 

Heor/Denvs,  tester's  Buflbrd,  and  Katherine,  ^ife  of 

)  ,  testator  s  daughters,  for  their  lives  aud  then  to  remain  to  their  heirs 


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lawfully  begotten,  and  failing  such  issue  remainder  over  to  testator's  right  heirs. 
Testator's  feoffees  John  Tliomas  of  West  Haddon  and  Thomas  Grene,  late  of  the 
same,  are  to  make  an  estate  good  in  the  law  of  testator's  capital  messuao-e 
in  "West  Haddon,  which  one  Robert  Ormond  and  Annys  his  wife  sometime  held,  to 
son  Richard  Haddon,  and  the  like  of  all  the  other  lands  to  testator's  wife  Johane 
for  her  life,  and  after  her  death  to  said  son  Ricliard  Haddon.  Sou  "  jMaister  John 
Haddon,  doctor,"  is  not  to  do  anything  to  oppose  tliis  will,  and  if  he  allows  it  to 
take  effect  peaceably  he  is  to  hare  £100,  but  not  otherwise.    Proved  8  Feb.  1476. 

Sir  Richard  Haddon,  Ivn^,  Aldennj\n  and  Mercer  of  London.  Will  dated 
1  Aug.  151G  (P.C.O.,  29,  Holder).  If  testatfir  dies  in  or  within  thirty  miles  of 
London  he  directs  that  he  is  to  be  bnried  within  the  parish  church  of  St.  Olave 
"next  to  the  Growched  freres  "  of  London  before  the  Image  of  St.  Olave,  in  the 
place  where  his  former  wife  Anne  liech  buried.  To  the  High  Altar  of  S'  Olave  for 
tithes  forgotten  20s-.  To  the  body  of  the  said  ciiurch  £iO.  To  the  same 
church  a  "  Moustrell  of  silver  and  gilt."  To  the  "  making  and  edyfyimje  of  the 
church  and  house  of  Ci'oched  Freres  "  in  the  parish  of  Olave,  that  the  bretheren 
pray  for  the  soul  of  testator,  his  wife,  his  father  and  mother  aud  of  all  Christian 
souls,  £20.  To  the  freres  of  Greenwich  for  the  like  purpose  40s.  To  the  Black 
Friars,  White  Friars,  Friars  Augnstines  and  Gray  Friars,  of  London,  to  each  of 
these  orders  40.*.  To  the  Charterhouse  in  London  40.s.  To  the  "  Nounes  and 
ladyes  of  the  Minores  w'out  Algate  of  London  xh.  To  the  brotherhood  of  the 
"Three  Score  priests"  of  London  40.o.  To  the  brotherhood  of  the  priests  of 
Pappey  in  London  40.?.  To  "  Jeh'us  Bretherhed  founded  in  tlie  Crowdys  of  Powlys 
of  London  xL\"  To  the  brotherhood  of  St.  Michael  in  the  church  of'St.  Michael, 
Crooked  lane,  40.-;.  To  the  repairs  and  ornaments  of  the  church  of  Staverton  in 
Northamptonshire  405.  £173  6s.  8d.  to  be  distributed  during  the  space  of  twenty 
years  to  five  poor  men  inhabiting  within  the  parish  of  St.  Olave,  namely,  3.s.  id. 
each  week  on  Sunday  at  the  testator's  grave,  and  they  in  return  are  to  pray  for  his 
soul  and  the  souls  of  his  relations.  For  a  yearly  obiifc  to  pay  the  priest  to  sing  and 
say  mass  £200.  £30  to  be  distributed  in  coals  among  the  poor  of  the  said  parish 
of  St.  Olave,  and  the  parishes  of  St.  Mary  of  Staining  and  of  Our  Lady  of  Barking 
next  the  Tower  of  London,  at  the  Feast  of  All  Souls  five  loads,  and  at  the  Feast  of 
the  birth  of  Our  Lord  five  loads,  until  the  whole  is  spent.  For  the  relief  of  poor 
prisoners  in  prisons  of  Xewgate,  Ludgate,  and  the  two  Compters  in  London,  to  each 
prison  40.?.  To  son  William  Haddon  £200  as  his  full  part,  and  to  the  six  children 
now  living  of  said  son  William  and  Johane  Ids  wife  £100  between  them.  To  cousin 
Maud  Daleham  £13  Gs.  8d.  To  cousin  Whaplod's  wife  £10.  To  cousin  Lettice 
Hardy  £10.  To  the  marriage  of  Johan  Randolf  £10.  To  Richard  Dandyson, 
merchant  of  tha  Staple  of  Calais,  £26  13s.  -id.  To  cousin  John  Worsopp  of 
London,  scrivener,  £13  Gs.  8d.  To  brother  Simonde  Rice  a  ring  of  fine  gold  of 
an  ounce.  To  son  Bartholomew  Wyndoute  a  like  ring.  To  John  Browne,'citizen 
and  mercer  of  London,  Thomas  Browne  [son  of  the  said  John  Browne],  citizen  and 
mercer  of  London,  Thomas  Burnell,  mercer,  and  to  Thomas  Prentofte,  each  a  ring 
of  fine  gold  of  an  ounce.  To  Sir  John  Johnson,  priest,  40s.  To  Henry  Goodyere, 
late  apprentice  to  the  testator,  40s.  To  every  apprentice  now  serving  with  the 
testator  40s.  To  Henry  Coke  40s.  To  "the  childe  of  the  kechyn  "  (Is.  Sd.  To 
each  of  the  other  servants  both  men  and  women  each  20s.  To  John  Neve  of 
London,  grocer,  £6  13s.  4d.  To  Katheriue  Nele  for  the  care  she  has  taken  with 
testator  in  his  sickness  40s.  Wife  Dame  Katheririe  Haddon  to  be  the  residuary 
legatee  :uid  she  to  be  kind  to  her  daugliter  Johane  Haddon  and  her  children.  Wife 
Dame  Katherine,  Robert  Milborne  and  Thomas  Semer,  Citizen  and  Alderman  of 
London,  to  be  executors  and  to  each  for  their  trouble  therein  £26  13s.  id. 
Overseers,  Sir  John  Daunce,  Kn',  and  he  to  have  for  his  pains  therein  £20. 
The  will  of  Sir  Richard  Haddon  as  touciiing  his  manors,  messuages,  lands  and 
other  hereditaments  in  Kent,  Northamptonshire  and  Oxfordshire.  The  said  manors, 
land.s  etc.,  to  be  for  use  and  benefit  of  testator's  wife  Dame  Katherine  Hadd(;n  for 

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74  MISCELLANEA  GEXEAJ.OGICA   ET  IlKRALDICA. 


Samuel  Pepys, 
Born  Fth'y  25"'  ]  c>o-2 
died  May  2G"'  17u3. 


Erected  by  |niblic 
subscription  ]  S8o. 


/fY/  proper 


the  "  Diarv,"  and  P  nlin^  ^ho  ^ZZ\  \  t   T  ,^^^'l'^''e"->^aniuel,  the  author  of 

Jackson,  heir    0  !  i"  u  L  e  sX    knt     "^''^T  "^"^^^^^^  ^-""^1 

coheirs.  ""^^  ^'J'^'--'  ''^"^  ^'^^  left  three  daughters,  his 

and'is'^'ed  Vt^'zol  ^^^f' c'^^'T;  ^'^^  «^  Westminster,  Esq., 

"owoftheac^eof  eoVear^  nLlfwh^l'  '^p)'.^"'^  ^^^^  P'^^^eeds  to  say  that  he  s 

^ssit  s  SSvHi  "?'  »i -  -  - 

sister  Paulina  Jackson  in  liL  mip^pJ  S  jouncrest  son  of  the  said 

cousin  Charles  Penrr^econd  ;  /  ?  '   '"^'^^  to  his 

in  tail  n.ale,  and  fr^i^.'such  o  teiu  rXd,M''-'  ^^''^^  ^'^^'^  '^''''''^^  ^'^^ 
to  his  old  servaut  Jane'Pennv  f  r        ''i^'''-    ^''^  ''""^'^^  ^^'^ 

dated  3  May  1690  is  confirmSVn        ""1^'''''^'  ^^^^l^d  on  her  by  a  deed 

to  testator  as  C!  ^o     l?e  f°  h'.""v  ^l^ere  is  due 

£28,007  2,-.  II,/.  ,-1..'  thf.  tri        the  ^ayy  and  as  Treasurer  of  Tangiers 
n.en  this  money  ,s  paid  to  the  executor  one-third  is  to  be 


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invested  m  lands  of  inliericance  to  auo-ment  tliose  in  Brampton,  etc,  named 
above,  and  tne  other  two-third,  to  be  invested  in  lands  of  inheritance  for  nephew 
John  Jackson  and  ms  heirs  in  tail  male.  Executor,  friend  William  Hew.'r  of 
Clapham  in  .Surrey,  Esq'-  and  he  to  have  £500.  A  codicil  states  that  the  neohew 
bamuel  Jackson  has  since  tiie  date  of  the  above  will  married  aoainsfc  the  advice  and 
wishes  of  the  testator,  who  therefore  revokes  that  part  relatin-  to  him  and  dves  to 
the  said  Samuel  and  Ins  lawfully  begotten  heirs  only  £40  vearly  out  of  the  said 
lands  in  Huntingdonshire,  and  makes  his  younger  nephew  John  Jackson  sole  heir 
WKh  remainders  as  in  the  will  recited.  To  Mary  Skynner  he  bequeaths  £]00 
per  annum  ior  her  l-.ie  He  gives  to  his  executor,  Hewer  of  Clapham.  with 
whom  testator  was  at  this  time  residing,  all  his  models  of  ships  and  other  vessels. 
[For  a  notice  of  the  above  William  Hewer,  Esq.,  see  the  Journal  of  the  E.x  Libris 
feociety.J  Ihen  follows  particulars  for  the  settlement  and  preservation  of  the 
testators  library,  and  another  codicil  dealing  with  the  settlement  of  his  landed 
pioperty.    Ihe  will  was  proved  25  June  1703. 


Sacred 
to  the  memory  of  the 
Kev.  JoHX  Lett.s,  M.A. 
Rector  of  this  parish 
for  nearly  20  years. 
He  died  suddenly  on  tlie 
24"'  of  March  1857 
in  the  57'^  year  of  his  age, 
when  on  a  visit  to  his  son  at 
Staunton  Harold,  Leicestershire, 
and  was  buried 
at  Breedon  in  that  county. 
This  tablet  is  erected  by  his  sorrowing-  widow 
to  the  memory  of  her  beloved  husband,  and  of  tiieir  childi 
Charlotte,  Amy,  SAiaEXXE, 
Viola  and  Egertox, 
who  preceded  their  father  to  the  grave. 

a  small  neat  marble  monument  with  Gothic  arches  and  pilla 


^-  Sacred  to  the  memorv 

of 

Joiix  relpk,  :\r.i). 

obiit  215t  March  1804. 
Anno  ait.  49. 

from  a  plain  marble  tablet. 


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nr 

<  •  - 

mm 

1  ! 

^  In  memory  of 

Edward  Ke.vd.vl  Joxes,  Esq''^ 
of  this  pnrish 

whu  died  at  Uudleigli  Salierton  ]4"'  Xovembei-  ISli',  a-ed  55. 
Also  of 
Anna  Joxes 
relict  of  the  above 
who  died  at  Buxton  20*''  Ocd.  1817  ao-ed  57 
And  of  '   °  • 

Ellex  Jaxe  Maxby, 
daughter  of  the  above 
who  died  iu  Loudon  27"'  August  1845,  aged  58. 
From  a  phiin  white  marble  tablet 


the'SS^^TiL'i,^  ^T'          ^""'^^^^        ''''        ^^^-^-g  i-'t^' 

Ascension  0  om-       nn     ^    '  ''''              K^'^'^^'ection  .nd 

Henn  I  HP.  ?  /n         '  ""'^  1'  '^-^  ^''^O'tun  nnd  Bell.    This  Edwai'd 

SS'  r^HcnrZ^'^';"  -'-^'.^-f-on  the  north  side  l^t. 

1825-6  (see  ^''^  '^'^^'"^          •^PP^^'  churchwarden  in 


dexS- rSwf"'  I'  '^'^  "-^^I       the  Baptistry.    The  arras  are 

ro^<'i nfihJr.  t  t   I  1  ^  \  ^  pcmant-'juardant  azure  fncloseJ  bu  tirn 

,    -       ,  impaling,  barnj  oj  frn  argpuf  and  azure,  six  inescutchfotis  saile,  each 


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iajlor  M-h,le  the  whole  of  the  board  ou  de  t  In  -''^^'^^^^^''t  "'"s  for  JJobc-r, 
before  him.  outside  the  arms  indicates  that  his  wife  died 


Saci-ed  to  the  Memory 
■  '^^i^^^-^^'^  i^':  May  179.^,  a^ed  80  years 

^^1^0  departed  this  h7e  8".  Mareh  ]7'J9,  ac^ed  63  years 
Jacob  Dayisox,       °  ^ 
i)ied  JO'h  February  17G5,  aged  56. 

Axx  Parxthki!, 

Died  29'h  January  1785,  aged  38 

Mary  Susax.xah  Thoyts 
-Uied  1  June  1789,  aged  6  weeks 
T^-  ^  Thoyts, 
Died  2ot"  April  1792,  aged  6  months. 
Anx  Carswell, 
Died  27"'  April  1829,  acred  68 


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78  MISCELLAKEA  GENEAIOGICA  ET  HEKiLMCA. 

majomlh  p,„,i«->  lime  mullets  of  Ihe  ,enml.  mi  em  hmeuleheon  mile,  a  mrln.W. 
or  mpc-na  l,,  ero„;,ed  proper,  Ni;>V),.o- :   i,„p„Ii„„    D  vv,so°  nf  ,bnv/  (t- 

London,  and  the  expense  of  his  tanend  nirto     cerf  4o  Hr^^es^ 

but  if  she  dies  first  then  to  her  dauo-hter  IlJarv  Trvon         \rrs  Ir  ^ -^'^f'' 

ti  e  above  M^Jolm  late  £oO  m  trust  for  his  son  MonklioiKP  T^fp     TV  iv'ir 
Aing-e  of  Lincoln's  Inn  Fields,  Esq.,  £50  in  trust  fo    S     rS  i  ? 

Smith   E^q    S    To  Afr   rV^  n  t  ,  ^"^ow  of  the  late  Eichard 

^j^iiltBoHifS^S 

and  lournevnien  -e-Tt  r-nf^h    T«  f^cf  i-   '       •  i  ~"  -"-^  ^'^  '^'^  other  clerks 

Walter  Kawlinson  and  Geo      Pet  rs  °f  Old  Peth?7      "^"^'f^''^  To  friends  Sir 

mm^m 

^^M^'-'Mnf - 

renchurch  S^nel.  «=7  "},        honsc-  in 

ooa..s,  ho.es,  ha™.ss,  etc.,  a„S  tr,S';ldncVa\  in  tS-^aTfhts'tt 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA.  79 

freehold  messuage,-    warehous^  V^^^^  In's  Trustees,  with  the 

elsewhei^Hnux-lu.red  to.etl  r  wSitS^s^iJ^^  ^'''"^   ^^'^'^  or 

said  Abram  Xewn.au  aud  h  s       s  he  p-^^it  to  r                      ^  S« 

being  less  than  their  half  value                   °  Testators  personal  estate  £2,000, 

LereS^l^S:  ull^f  S  Koiier'lSjSf  j"'  f "  i^'"^^?'^^  "^^-S-'  ^^^^^ 
ami  John  Tate  iu  Trust  for  th    beS         ,      f v'       '^^''^^  ^^'^'''^^^  ^'^'^'^^^ 
ta.l  naale,  and  iu  default  to  1  r  da  ol  e.^^  Z  tn'll  l^TT^       ""'^^^  ^'^^"^ 
such  to  neice  Jane  Xewman  iu  li le  imnno      T     r    ^'n^"^  '"^^  ^^f''"^' 

reputed  natural  sou  of  late  ne nl  e w  T  .  lV  "^^i'''  ^'■^''"^^^•^^II  Davison,  the 
Annuities  in  trust  to  b   1  f  o  Ji,^^^  3  per  cent.  Bank 

Hewit  of  Wood  Street.  Loudon  'ilkman  Voa  ?  r  ^''f^^-  J"  Edward 
lu  trust  for  his  daughter  Isabeli;  P  riXvl-"^        r  ""^"^'''^"l      I^^l^ert  Parucher 

Abram  Xewu^an,  t^^^^^^^^^ 
snrnviug  executor  of^he.'?of:i:^¥h  ^^^^^^or  is  the 

An^td  ^  f-I.old1.onse  iu  BilHter  lane  to  neices 

^rm  td^  ci?f  -^'f       P-'ol-ed  a  certain 

Cumberland,  and  another  c^^i  riLlHon    i  wC^  tl.e  parish  of  Dalston  in 

a  year  Bank  Long  Annuities  for  her  life 
Proved  14  June  1793  bj  the  executJrs. 

t^tSrt ':f^.:^^;,^:^-:^^'7,j^     ^'r^'^i^  ^^^^^  the 

the  Post  Office,  London,  dec4sS  and  n  r  -!  .^^  Mr.  Ihomas  Pitches,  late  of 

William  Ainee  of  LizicXV  Inn  \r,vn1  ''^PP^^^tiug  Elizabeth  Ainge,  wife  of 

•daughters  of  the  said  S^^^fees  S  P^^^^^'^'  ^P'^^^er, 

concerning  that  will,  dated  12  Dec  1777.  ''''^"^  ''^'"Se  executors  in  all 

2l4^^^;,1^ISl°S?:^?5S!^^l^r?^,;:™  -  Somerset  House  (P.C.C., 

He  directs  that  he  is  to  be  bu  ied  in  a  PnSpn  iitreet,  London,  Esq. 

of  All  Hallows  Staining,  hi  which  a  re  1 1  tn  "  in  the  parish  church 
unless  testator  makes  °a  vau  t  Tn  the      -i  !    T )V^^'  "'^^^  ^^^^7  iN^ewman, 

which  case  he  is  to  be  buried  tl  re  and  tl    ..  ^^'^'^^ 

are  to  be  removed  to  3Iot  nt  B  J  s '  od  k  I  ''""''^ 

done  and  that  a  n.onumeut  be  e^ecld  ^ \l  e'rln  f "  T'lf  ''''V^ 

suitable  inscription  thereon.     He   ' iveVfo    ?  •  f  '^^^""^            ^'^h  a 

Portland  Place  in  Middlecev  Est  %  nnn       i  ^^'^^'S^  ^aswall  of 

testator's  daughter    ^'-^  r (Vi     ^        ''^^'^OO,  and  to  his  wife  31"  Ann  Caswall 

Berkshire,  Es"q'.  £3:000:-'FoV   J^^Jane" Svt'';  «^  SulhamsteTiu' 

testator,  he  leaves  in  trust  to  Robert  %  'lu'^']  f"°''^'^'  ^'-^"-^^^er  of  the 
Middlesex,  Esq.,  and  PobSt  pLtht'  i^  f^""'^       Bedford  Square, 

Esq.,  £7,000  tVbe  invest;^  in  G    en  u  f  '     I'^T  ^'^^^P''^'  ^-^don 

interest  or  profit  to  said  dauc^htenane  tLv^    f  inheritance  to  pay  the 

after   her   death   for   her  children  To^^^^^^^^ 

^f^treec,  grocer,  £500.  and  to  hi  wifp  ARs  t  S''""  ^^''y^'  ^f  Feuchurdi 
keeper  at  Porter's,  ip'  ej;  'l^'^^"  Thoyts  £loO.    To  his  house- 

M^  Richard  Crese^,  Mr  Son  TaS'  '  '^^l^^^^^^O.  To  3P  John  Boys, 
clerks  or  servants  ij  he  but  s  W  e  ^n^P  T  ^  ''^^'^  Whitehead,  testatoi's 
M^  Thomas  Huntley,  also  a  iva  ^t Xi  l  l^oo"^  Vf'  '^^'^  ^l*'*'^'  ^"^^ 

To  all  his  household  servants  TllSra, id  ^^^^^  ^'^f'''''  ^'^''^^  ^"^'^ 

James,  William  and  Elizabeth  Hok  V-h  n        "'!P'  l^"'^  t''^"^-  To 

iizauetl,  Holt,  clnidKU  of  the  above        Elizabeth  Holt, 


80  MISCELLANEA  GLxNEALOGICA  ET 


ilEKALDlCA. 


Mia>:£xe;iSiofS5:';?iK^:  ^-^^ -^'^  '"^--^      ,  per  cent.  To 

1"-.^  wife  £100.  ^    0  IS^t J  '   ^'ff '^'^  to       Elizabetl.  Xewmau 

children  £100  when  ao-cd  n  ^^.^"1^1  L  ^''''^^^ 
Bures  £25  for  the  poor  of  Iv^nar'-sh  t  h.T  f  'f^  ^^?»''.^'5^"'»-dens  of  Mount 
minister  and  chnrdnvardens  of  A  1  Hn  ^"^^^.^.^^ted  ^uthm  a  month.  To  the 
poor  ])ousekeepers;  also  £50  L  the  pi  of  v\"T"  'v'^  be  divided  an.ong 
W  John  Davison  of  Ilili  Ton  i,v\ '  ^  Barking,  Essex,  ,n  like  manner.  To 
HosMtal,  London  £100     T^  L  lon^^^^^^^^^  ^  f  Bartholomew's 

Magdalen  Hospita  l  £100.   To  t  e  Cit   of  T  S^^^^^^^  London  Road  £100.  To 

small-pox  Hospital  £100  To  tl  e  Ma  iLi.  \  "  t'"".'"  ^^°'P'^"' the 
Grovc-s.  widow  of  Joseph  Grove    hUe  of  Vnn   "      ^'"^ "  '^^  ^'^^^''^^^ 

of  Munnt  Enres  £  I OO.^  To  M^Petei  Petdt  I'  ^u'''  f  p ^f^  ^^"^'^  ^^^^'^ 
Robert  Parnther  the  elder  £300  ancl  to  Ai.p ^/"'^^f^'^'^^^t'  ^100.  To 
Michael  Smith  Parnther  £1.70  each  To  M^^M  t  P i ""d  to 
Brook  House  in  Essex,  ^,-^0  a  vear  dm^ino  l  i  ;  ^  ^'V''^  '"'^  housekeeker  "  at 
To  M^  Thomas  Shirlev  Th'e  e  d'er  nf  \  r  r  f  ^"i*'^  ^^""'^  "'^  ^'^'^''^'^ 
late  nncle  John  X  n  an  oJ'^hS  I  /^If  ■  V^^^^  ^  ^'^^  ^^'^^'^^'^^^  °f 
M-Ann  Hall,  wife  of  T  omas  H   l  oT^  /"  Essex  farmer,  £20.  To 

her  lister  M^^  pl ,         ■/  Beauchamp  m  Essex,  £100  and  to 

Casw^i{"J^ps-j,-/:j  ^^;^^-'/ll;0.    To  e^jch  female  child  of  M^lni; 

elder.  Robert  ParnS  the  bounce  '  i  T  l  ' /"'I  ^^^7  ^'"^''^  ^^^'her  the 
£120,000  in  trust  o' n  '  st^^n  P?n  -  r"  ^^'"'^"''^  ^'^''t., 

the  children  of  the  af  -eS^^^  ^''^^'^       the  benc^t  of 

the  manor  of  Bereho    o^ Tactil  e  it    V^^  '^"^^ 
Hadsley  of  Colchester.  Farnf  S  I  nrk  I  ^  /'f  ^n^^'  purchased  of  John 

of  £150.    £3  000  for  Wi^llinn  ir.i  i  ^l""-''  ^'^''^P  ^^^^^^  the  elder  at  a  rent 

"■ill  aged  ten  ^^^^^^^^k"^^.       ''''''  ''''''''  ^^^^^^ 

^nt'is'z.-::::^':^^  iS^rii;?^,- 1^-     -  ^^^^'^^ 

legal  settlenieni.  so   hat   h'p  f^.f   '     ^        ""^''^'^  ''^  ^^^'T  'o"^?  one  wi  1 

-any  relationship/  an    poi  nts  of  ^o^^         ''^'^'r^"'^'  '^"^      ^i^es  so 

giving.  ^  P  contemporary  life  and  usage  it  seem!  worth 


{To  he  continued) 


Ante,  5th  Series,  Vol.  1.,  p. 


"^^-^^l  ^[■^•'  f  of  K,rkby  in  Ashfield,  Xo.ts, 
17th  .Januarv  1907  also  de^tLe  h  f  ^^''O-^-^d  e  church  of  Ivirkby  on  the  16ih- 
of  Boothby  fmpa  ir  '  VenaW  ^  Vp,  'a-'ge  nia,bie  monument,  which  bore  the  arms 
inscription  sfaE^V  fLat  Ee  w  '.I  'r^^''"""  Haslingron  quarterly.  The 
4th  Januarv  IS^g   k  d  44  '^"^^'l  ^'^^^or  of  the  parish  and  died 

.onu.ent  has  t^^^ii^:^;  -^''^     ''''    '  ^ 


J.  P.  R. 


Me^^rl  MiMl\^fh7'7Ll  t  ^l^'t^crn^nrj    Worl,  Md   I,   addressed  U> 

J       ^na  <-la,luatthcl'x,hh..lnnrj  Office,  UO  Wardonr  Street,  London,  W 


MISCELLAXEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 
OF  AEMS  TO  COL.  WILLIAM  CARLOS,  1658. 


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Domo  cum  Eeo-ale  solium  ,im.rnn,.  i  -^'^'^"^^s  Litteise  parvenennt  salutem  in 
Ihjestatis  Eadiis  i„  Ho^i„os  cla.os  et  be  e  ,      t  If  7/'  ' 

Cnmma.    Cm  fldeli.  ac  dilectus  saixli,,„s  Host„-  Colonj  foun  m  „  p 

fil]iis  Joann  s  Carlose  tic  Bram^.,11  i„  v,,,    i  ■    ^"'""^""^  IjOILielihts  Cablose 

Snasn  Obsequii  sm  in  Char-;,l;,f„  ""'"''^  ^ 

nostra  Aiictor  tatis  U^ui-n-ifcor.^.;  r.r-^. •  ^  .'''^^^  ^aientis  et  Regiaj 
Anglic  cum  Exer  icu  ^1  nn.?  '  "  • '^"'^"^  "^^^^"""^ 
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^ecep:n,n  Cam  propter  incolumita  en  t  tr.m  o "'r^"  ^^"^^  ^^'^S'^"--" 
tatnm  deserere  et  alie.am  induere  1  o    ^  '^S'^''^"^"^' ^^^S^""^  nostrum  Comi- 
"ib.s  Staffordi.  et  Salopi.         eu     n  Ter:"rr  """"  ^^^^'^^^^^^^  ^ 
;n  an,  magnis  arctisqne  angnstiis  ad  au^  ^        ^0"e,d..set  Hoste  insequente 

adjamentam  fuit  P-oipuum  ^r^"  .fi^^;;^:^  ^  ^'deHcate  singalari 

FovKlentia  dum  pauperis  tu^urii  ho^n?;io  omnipoteiuis 

alKiuotDiebusacKoctibusocctdta  et  Rri  ii  r  -"^r-'"'  ""''^'^'^'^  ^'^^^"'""^^  "^s 

acposteainLocumSecuritatispel  ^et  ^-'■-^  inquircntibus 

Begi  Beatissim.  semper  Memo "^""^^^  "'^^^^  ""P-'-'- 
-iracnlosapreservatiokgi.xC"Jr„ro?"  ^  r  .^-^^'--^•-•■a  ac  ferme 
^"  agendo  Instrumentum  fuit  idem  CobX  cT  ''"""'^^  P^'on^ptissinum. 
deleatur  Oblivione,  cousentaneumlS  fe^no  r'"^"'  ^"""'''^  n^lla.u.quam 
nostn  Favoris  ejusdem  n.erita  in  om  ^^0^,  Testimorno 
Sc.atisigiturquod.yos  ex  Gratia  rs^sre  Z  t""^^^ 
Presentes  pro  nobis  Ha^redibus  et  S  Lf    f  Concessimus  ac  per 

Ins.guiun.  ac  Cristam  his  d  in  eps   •    "1  Z'"'^'         '^''''''^  Gentilitiorum 

nied^o  Scutl  et  super  Galeam  pro         /TT     T\  sanguinecnn  in 

7--'-P-"teaomniainLr.h    1^^^^^^^^^^  Corona.n  civiccan 

habendum  tenendum  ferendum  et  g^  ndTrnTn  1  "'"^^  '"'^  depinguntur 

Caklos.  et  H.redibus  omnibusque  a      "e  "0^0? ^'"'^^^ 
Mandamus  etiam  tenore  Pr^sentium  Onf  1     ^  ""'""^'^  perpetnum 

Fa^ialibns  aliisque  Officiariis  et  t  t  "'t  ^^S'^^ 

Guilielmum  Carlose  et  Heredes  .uos  ot  r  ™ '^"''^"'^I"^  ^uod  pra^fatum 

Forma  predicta  descripta  et  el^^  ^^^^^  pra3dicta\nodo  et 

F.gurisdebitomododepictis  veM  scltl  in  " ^  ™  ''^^P"'^  ^^^^ 
absque  ullo  Impedimenfo  vel  moIesTa  in  1  Z^TIZ  '^'T  '''''''  ^^''-"-^ 
fiei  Testnnonio  has  Litteras  nostras        t  ''''  ^"^''ibenda.    In  cuius 

Anno  Kegni  nostri  decimo  Annot:  Doni'TcTs '^^^^ 

Extracted  from  the  Records  of  the  Colle^^e  of  An.,  r  . 

by  me  Geoppv  w  ir       ^^'"^o^  or  Aims,  London, 
.     15  April  1903.  ^     '     ^''"^'^       ^^-"^^"all,  Kouge  Croix. 

[Brorawall,  mentioned  in  the  r^^^  ■ 
-tto  used  with  these  arms  w^s  '  Subd"  's  fid^H  '  ^  ^he 

Some  ,mes  "  Semper  honos  nomennue  tuum  It]  "        ^'Sni  salus." 

but  the  former  was  that  originalirused  j  ''''''  '"^^^'^"'^^  "  ""^^  -''-^i^nted, 


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COPY  OE  WILL  OF  COL.  WILLIAM  CARLOS 
Extracted  from  the  Principal  Registrv  of  the  Probate,  Divorce  and  Adnnralty 
Division  of  the  High  Court  of  Justice. 
In  the  Prerogative  Court  of  Canterbury. 

nn-^i!  n?H  if"'"  Amen  I  WiUiani  Carlos  of  Greene  Streete  ^vithin  the 

pan.h  ot  Hollowe  in  the  county  of  Worcester  Esqr.  being  in  health  of  body  a  d  of 
sound  and  peneet  disposemg  mind  and  memory  thanks  bee  tlierefoi?  to  Aim  oh ty 
G«l  buD  considering  die  certainty  of  deatii  and  the  vncertainty  of  the  time  tJieleof 
and  being  minded  and  desireous  to  settle  and  dispose  after  my  decease  what  wor  div 
es  ate  and  substance  it  hath  pleased  God  to  blessi  mee  withall  doe  make  and  de  are 
thi.  my  true  last  will  and  testament  revoakeing  and  by  these  present,  absolu  e  v 
annulhng  all  and  every  testament  and  testaments  will  and  willsTeie  ^fore  by  ni  { 
made  and  declared  either  by  word  of  mouth  or  in  writeino-  notwi  hstandini  anv 
promise  o  he  contrary  or  clause  derogatory  in  the  san,e  and  t  L  to  bee  tS  fo^ 
my  very  last  will  and  testament  and  none  other  And  first  I  committ  and  tcmeath 
my  soiile  to  Allmighty  God  my  Creator  trusting  to  bee  saved^  ife  ole  m  rSs 
of  my  blessed  Saviour  and  Redeemer  Jesus  Christ°Aiid  my  bocly  I  commit  to  he 
earth  from  whence  ,t  came  to  bee  decentlv  buryed  at  the^dicSio  ot  mv 
fnTS  SL'^fThe  Lo?dT  t,;'?'  touching  such  ten/porall  estate  o/go^odfclMtSI 
ana  aeotb  a.  ti  e  Loid  hath  beene  pleased  to  bestowe  vpon  mee  I  doe  order  crivP 
bequeath  and  dispose  the  same  in  manner  and  forme  followinrimpHnTis  Idoe 

ADotl  eSi^'  '^rZtf  ^''"''''"'^  '^'^'''^         ^'^-^^-^^  CUirlos^ofTorcest 

Apothecaiy  all  those  my  messuages  Burgages  or  Tenements  bowses  buildino-g  hnds 
and  tenements  with  the  appurtenances  ^scituate  lyeing  and  b  in"  with  n  the 
Borough  a ownshipp  Freedomes  and  libertyes  of  thi  cowne  of  StaW  f  om  and 
immediately  after  my  decease  and  the  decease  of  Elizabeth  Ironmonger  w^d  of 
whon  e  I  bought  and  purchased  the  same  To  hold  to  the  said  Edward  Carl^  and 
Dorothy  his  now  wife  for  the  terme  of  their  naturall  lives  and  li7e  of  the  Ion 'est 
hver  of  them  And  from  and  after  their  several  deceases  then  to  the  use  and  be  Sot 
A  n  Wn.        u  b^S-otten  or  to  bee  begot  eii  Icess  vet 

F^i  ^  r-  f 'f^',  "^'^      ^^''"i^'"  Carlos  second  brothe   of  the  Sd 

Edward  Carlos  and  to  the  heires  males  of  his  body  lawfully  be-otten  oi  to  bee 

cS^n   J^'f       '^f'"^'  ''''''  t'^^  ^h^^'d  brothi  of  the  s°  EdwaS 

pt^ii^JS^-  thtn^n^nS  ^d  S^^^^  feE^ 

vnto  \  lUiam  Carlos  sonne  of  my  brother  John  Carlos  five  pounds  per  annuSaw^i 

Sgn?  cS^r  T  ^^'r'  ^"^^^^  of  five^ounds^hauCil?:!:^^ 
f  fh-nn  nf  Mn  K  C'^^'^^«'  ^0  such  person  or  persons  as  shall  have  the  care  and 
tuition  of  h  m  by  my  said  adopted  sonne  Edward  Carlos  his  heires  or  a^.io-nes  on7 

1      ,    °   "  W.Carlos. 

Fo='^irSVHK\?^tnt'f 'r  ^'o'f'''  October  1C99. 

X  0..  w  va  UK  {loh,  Ent.).    Col.  William  Carlos  was  buried  at  Brewood. 


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GEXEALOGJCAL  EXTRACTS  FROM  SIXTEEXTH-CENTURY  WILLS 
IX  THE  COXSLSTORY  COURT  AT  CANTERBURY.* 
VOLU.ME  Xl.-confmued. 

St.  ^b4S!:'I^SSI^:1:'T't:\^  tl.  repan^tion  of  the  Chapel  of 
and  lands  .kich  l^e'h^^  ^fTtLJlI^ri^^ 

Haltoii  foi-  the  term  of  her  life  Eeni«intt^^.^.  '  ''i''  ^"^  ^'"^  ''-^^ds  at 
Dated  20  Aug.  1510.  -Kemamder  to  his  sons  George  and  Laurence. 

brothers.    Dated  16  July  1512  °  '  '""^  '^^^^nients  to  his  said 

yard  ofl.  ^It^^'i:^^  ^H---  To  be  buried  in  the  Church- 
and  Thomas  his  son.     .Toane  his  wffe   '  '^''^^^'s  daughters.  Robert 

his  sons  his  place  at  SjSsl  d  called  U.e  So  .r"i"-    ?  ^^^^^rt  and  Thomas 
equally  co  be  divided  beLen  Jh  m     To  W  Pi.m      ^'"'1  ^^^''^'^ 
the  said  parish  called  the  XorthXe  and  he  ^^^^^^  S^'^'^' 
dye  before  entrance  on  che  .aid  )  rSW^fhrof^i  o  ^'     i  ''''^ 
them.    Dated  20  May  1513.    p'ove^lO  Oct  '"^'^  ''^''''^^  ^^^^^^^ 

called  Arundell  in  the  We  of  That f  ^  f  i      '  '""f  '''y^'-'  tenements,  etc., 

of  them  in  lilce  mat';     Re^^lTI.^^"^  ^«  -^'vivo; 

lands  and  woods  in  the  parish  of  Srnr  v  t  t  ^  '''^'^  i^^^nnev.  His 

land  thereto  belongino-  fn  \?e  t.fsh  of  i  'V^enement  ^vu  .  gardens  and  arable 
son  in  talegeneral%-it!  r  i^^^^^^^^^  C.anterbury  to  Nicholas  his 

in  like  matmer,  and  his  t«n   etc    n       A  '\'"'7/°  ^is  son 

sons  in  like  tale  and  if  Ti  m  fhi  %^  n  d  L  \"  '  '^^^  -^"'^^  ''^"^  ^'^^'"ent  his 

his  lands,  etc.,  in  Stu  ry  mn   a  heirs  lawful  then  he  wills  that 

and  then  he  ;ills  tha  ^all  his  aid  lanrl  n   f        '"'^  ^^''^^'^^  f^^' <^^er, 

Clement  his  son  all  ho  ly,  and  the'fhe  S  ^"'"^^^  ''^■^^^i"  to' 

be  sold  for  the  PU.i)oses  herein  mention  d  P  -r.  l  tenement,  etc.,  in  St.  Martin's 
John  his  sons  ch-el-ithouthd^lKn  u:^.^^^^^^^  Thomas  and 

one  then  he  wills  that  all  h.^LS  ^S^S^^^  t^i^^^.teg 

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lemam  to  hun  that  overliveth,  and  if  tlicy  all  dye  he  wills  the  same  to  the  heirs 
ma  eofhiscozmlhomasGylbert  the  son  of  Xicholas  Gylbert  the  yomi<-er  with 
lurtlier  remainders.    Katherine  his  daughter.    Dated  10  ^ept.  Anno  5  Hen.  VIII. 

fo  8G  JoHX  Ranbolf.  To  be  buried  iu  the  Church  of  our  Lady  in  the 
Oastele  of  Dover.  Joue  his  wife.  John  his  son.  Robert  and  Thomas  his  sons. 
i^Dzabeth,  Lmylin  and  Alice  his  daughters.    Dated  20  July  1513. 

fo.  97.  TnoiiAs  Hart  of  Halden.  To  be  buried  in  the  Church  of  St.  .Mary  of 
Halden.    Joane  his  wife.    Thomas  and  William  his  sons.    Joane  and  Stephen  and 

r^"^  r-.^^.'l'^^'.^"'^'"-    ^^^'^^"^  C^^^'k  ^'1^^  ^^ector  of  Halden  aforesaid 

-Dated  1/  March  1514. 


V  J\^^'^-  T'^o^^S  Clerke  of  Aldington.  Cecilia  his  wife.  Joane  and  Eliz; 
beth  his  daughters.    Dated  1  May  1514. 


fo  100.  Robert  Not,  brother  of  St.  Bartholomews  besvde  Sandwich.  To  be 
buried  m  the  cluirch  of  Sc.  Bartholomew  before  the  Crucifii  there.  His  wife  and 
children.    Dated  22  April  151 4. 


fo.  lOo.  JOHX  BuR^VASHE  of  Elmerst  in  the  parish  of  Egerton.  A^nes  his 
wite.  Dionyse,  Lettice  and  Agnes  his  daughters.  John  Burwashe  and  Thomas 
Burwashe  his  teotfees.  Richard  Burwashe,  Clerk.  Joan  widow  of  John  Burwashe 
his  father.  George  Burwashe  his  brother.  Juliaue,  Alyse  and  Joane  his  daucrhters 
His  sister  Joane  Borne  wife  of  Richard  Borne.    Dated  10  April  1514 


fo.  1^2.  Joiix  ^^  ADE,  servant  to  the  Lord  Prior  of  Xst  Church.  To  the  Hi'-h 
Aulcer  in  the  Chapel  of  the  Fermory  of  Xst  Church  for  his  tythes  and  offeriiH^s 
forgotten  12d.  ilham  his  father.  John  Uaddis  of  Sitiingborne  his  son-in-lawe. 
Joane  his  wife.   Dated  14  Aug.  1515. 

•         }P- ,  POLHILL  of  Egerton.    To  be  buried  within  the  said  church 

m  the  Benches  before  our  Ladie  of  Pitie.  Beacrice  his  wife.  His  daughter  Julian 
An  e  the  younger  and  Elizabeth.  His  sons  Robert,  Thomas,  John  the  voun-^er 
and  Stephen.  Katherine  his  daughter.  His  manors,  lauds,  tenemeuts,  etc., 
to  be  equally  divided  among  his  sons,  each  to  be  the  other's  heir.  To  John  his 
eldest  son  his  tenement  called  Bestis  in  fee  simple.  To  Thomas  his  sou  his 
principal  dwelling  place  to  him  and  his  heirs  and  the  garden  thereto  annexed  called 
Besgarden  and  a  I  manner  of  houses  thereto  belonging  and  divers  lands  therein 
mentioned.  _io  John  the  younger  his  tenement  called  Jekyns  and  certain  lands 
therein  mentioned.  ^  To  Robert  his  son  his  tenement  called  Tramhacli  with  certain 
lands  therein  mentioned.  Wills  all  his  wood  in  Smarden  upon  the  Denne  of 
Edynden  to  remain  to  his  principal  tenement  and  his  tenement  called  Jekyns  by  equal 
portions.    He  had  lands  in  Charing,  Pevington  and  Smarden.    Dated  15  July  1514. 

JOHK  ExGHAii  of  the  parish  of  Wodechurch.  To  be  buried  in  the  said  church. 
His  messuage  called  Plerynden.  Thomas  Milles  tlie  son  of  his  daugiiter  Joane. 
Robert  Milles  another  son  of  the  said  Joane.  John  and  Vincent  his  s.-n^.  To 
Vincent  Lngeham  his  son  all  his  lauds  and  tenements  iu  Woodcluirch  and 
Bethensden  except  as  is  therein  excepted.  Margaret  his  wife.  Margaret  his 
daughter.    Dated  25  Sept.  1515. 


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VOLUME  XII. 

fo.  4  ISABELL  wife  of  Thomas  FKroioii  the  youutrei'  of  Lyd.  Clement  Baker 
of  ^e\v  Komney  her  father.    Dated  19  .Jan.  1516. 


Amye  Brext  of  Charyog  lu  Kent,  Geutyllwoman,  and  the  widow  of 
iliiMn  Lreatt,  late  of  the  .ame.  Esquyer.  Her  body  to  be  buried  within  the 
Lliapel  of  our  Lady  ot  her  own  edifieation  within  the  Church  of  Gharyn"-  To  her 
most  singular  good  Lord  my  Lord  of  Burgaveuy  her  basin  with  the  ewe°  of  silver 
and  13  sy  ver  spoones  with  the  figures  of  Jh'u  and  his  12  Apostles.  To  her  own 
m  especiall  good  Lady  and  her  most  singular  comforth  and  trust  in  tliis  world  my 
Lady  of  Burgaveny  a  new  cope  of  sylver  with  a  cover  p'cell  gylt  and  a  salt  seller  of 
sylver  with  the  cover  dowble  gylt..  To  her  son  Juhn  Brentte  a  Ivtell  Bowl  of  svlver 
double  gylt  with  the  cover  etc.  Her  daughter  his  wife.  Mai-garet  Brentte  the 
daughter  of  her  son  John  Brente.  Her  little  daughter  Amye  Brente.  To  her  son 
John  Bpnte  all  her  lands,  manors,  etc.,  in  Cornwall  and  Devonshire  for  ever 
dS  3  Ly"l516  ^'"'"''^  "^""S'^^''  «f  l^ii'-gavenuy  in  like  tale.' 

fo.  35.  Agnes  Godfrey  widow,  of  the  parish  of  Lyd.  To  be  buried  in  the 
Cuurchyard  of  Lyd  bimon  ner  son.  To  Simon  and  Robert  her  sous  the  principal 
tenement  wherem  she  dwells.    Dated  19  June  1517  ^ 


fo  49.  Richard  Knatchbull  of  Sellynge  besyde  Monken  Horton  To  be 
bnned  in  onr  Ladvs  Chance!  of  the  Church  of  Sellyng.  William  Clarke  of 
Aldington.  Agnes  his  daughter.  Parnell  his  wife.  William  Knatchbull.  His 
PinT  Jp''^"  1  '  '^Tr',  Se'ii"?  Jying  at  Stonehyll  which  he  purchased  of 
Lichard  Boger,  late  of  Eshetisford.    His  sons.    Proved  8  March  1517 


rl  .        V  "^f Egerton.    To  Julian  his  wife  liis  mansion 

it  at  Rowland  and  all  his  lands  belonging  thereto.  To  Thomas  his  son  his 
me..uage  called  Symmes  and  2  parcels  of  land  called  Snothfeld  to  him  and  his 
Tn     pf  T^":    V  P^'f  "^^■'^suage  called  Potters  which  he  bought  of 

Joiin  Phylpot  and  the  lands  thereto  belonging  to  him  and  his  heirs  To  John  his 
son  his  mansion  and  certain  lands  at  Newland  and  after  his  decease  to  \Villiam  son 
and  \'irwl      PI-  l^'s  f^"-    His  sons  Thomas,  George,  Richard,  John 

and  Nicholas.    Elizabeth  his  daughter.    Dated  16  Jan.  Anno  9  Hen.  VIIL 

.n/i:,Ji=;  I  Egertou.    John  Peers  his  brotlier.    His  mansion 

and  lands  belungm-  thereto  at  Potters  to  Edyth  and  Elys  his  daughters  ;  if  either 
ot  hem  dye  without  neirs  then  the  survivor  to  be  tlie  other's  heir,  with  remainder 
m  like  manner  to  his  bi-others.    Proved  27  July  1518 


wife^''  ^?'  ''1        '"^o^^l  of  l^-'culver.    William  his  broder.    Joane  his 

wife.    Margery  his  daughter.    His  3  sons.    Proved  27  July  1518. 


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MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HEllALDICA.  IQl 

©rmml  &vHim  of  ^rim  in  tijt  3$mk 

""""''rPRVn;''!?''  ''''^  CREST "^ThEXRY  ARCHER  OP  THEYDO^ 

CEuf  r;^' n?'"'''  ^^^^^^^T  COOKE,  C  " 

GEVX  KlhG  OF  ARMS,  2  APRIL  1575.  - 


sha,7co^Sbef  -J^;^^^^       others  to  mo.  these  pHtes 

the  Sowthe  Easts  and  ^Veiie  nartp  of  Fn^i"^     Tk-  "'-^  ^^l"-'  «^ 
seudithe  greettinjr  in  aure  Lo  de^God  evln  I  n    f Trent 
begening  the  Valeeat  and  Ve  tnoi^e  a.  p  nf   '  ^'^^^^^''^  as  auncientlj  from  the 
to  the  worlde  .viche  sondrrmoni^^^m^n^   .^^^      '^^'^^  ^'''^  comended 

and  tokens  in  sheildes  cauIlS  St.p  t  •^'''^       ^^"^"'"S  S'S'^es 

and  tokius  of  pron-is  a,  d  Soi,  dme  --^rS?'  T".'  "'T^''  dem^nstraclons 
deseartes  of  the  persons  merit  o^^  -^  ''^^^  according  to  the  qualities  and 
doe  show  fourthe  adu  n«  .  °of    L  thentent  ^  snche  as  bj  their  virtues 

of  their  goode  Ivfe  a  HCer  acioo  in''l°%"''^'''>'^".  ^'l'"^  ^"'^^  ^'''Shtnes 
comendable  whiche  in  deed  are  t  ^  hp^-  ^  ^  l'  -''''"'"f  ^^'"^es  wortliy  and 
may  therfore  receave  d^-  hono'e  „  theT,  Hnp  ^    I'T  ^^^'^  ^^^^^p'^'^i^"^ 

to  their  posteritie  for  euT  Ind  tZl  "'"'^  ^^oderme  the  same  successiuely 
Gernon  in  the  Coun tie  o^Essev  F  n        ["^"''r^  ^^^'^^er  of  Thejdoii 

Records  of  my  Office  tL^unk^fcTcL  t^ If  ?^  '''""f?  "^^'^^  Regestres  and 
auncestors  M-herin  I  finde  tiTSe  TJ^'r  f^^.^^'-^es  belonging  to  him  from  his 
William  Archer  second  .on  of  pll,J!-f  7  J^'^-^Z  t  '^"'^  ''^'^^^  ^eire  of 
Archer  wch  John  was  onn  Tnd  Lm-p  n  ?  ^^ich  Richard  was  sonn  of  John 

gente  who  shotting  ^ith  others  aZthe  ^'^''"^^  ^^'^''^^^ 

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as  for  the  service  of  the  same  Simon  don  withe  the  Kino-e  at  his  Batti'l'^  of 
ySSS'Z^m'^  J™  by  the  same  Kioge  a  pattent  of Lf  m^rk^p  ndj^ 

mheruance  being  shewed  unto  me  the  said  Clarencieuk  plain  e  Sff^^^^^^^  the 
sa  de  pedegree  and  premisses  I  conlde  not  withoute  liis  great^  i  h^  a^^^^^^^ 
Stlsit^EVrnVr  "'^  '"^'^'^'y  decendedfrom  his^auncesTo 

secoLi  bm  i  e^nd  l.f'      .  i"'^  ^  '^''^''""^  difference  of  a 

aPrlrme^^^^^^  Co2n  ;  ?o  ^^^^^'^^i'^,^  «f  "-^""y  Creaste  belonging  to  the 

tht^^S  p,^-^'"'^?^y  to  all  auncienc  Armes  there  belongith  now  hathe  lequired 
hnP    11      K  ^^'^^■^'^"^1^^"  to  assigns  nnto  him  a  Creaste  or  Coonoisance  n  ee  and 

irth/,?™  f  T-T''^^''^  '"^^'^  ^^"'^'^^^  ^il"^'-     "^ore  plainlie  appereth  depicted 

uXthe  taS  Hen^;  I'  ^^"'iffie  contlrme  and  aUowe 

-raundt^ther  wSp^  f^l  '"^  posteritie  of  John  Archer  his  greate 

^hSd  coal  a™  orn^^^^^    difterences  to  nse  beare  inioy  and  shew  fou?ch  in 


(I'o  be  continued.) 


96^cn^a  to  tl)e  printed  ©mtattoiu^  of  Bmuj: 
from  ^arltiaii  Mm.  urn  in  tljt 
SSntis!)  iHiBcinii,* 

[Harl.  1070,  fos.         lib,  and  115^.] 

XK^is.—Qiou-ter/i/:  1,  Sable  a/ess  engrailed  helwetn  three  escallops  or  rSHELLEYl  • 
^^.fos  «  ..,.;,r,„  three  leopards' faces  argent  IVe-uA  '6,  Argent 

a  ^/rf  n/;t'""  [HAWK WOOD]  ;  X  p\r  crosier  aJSe 

hJZ  V  [-ViCHELGROVE]  ;  5,  Azvre,  three  eagles  displayed  in  lend 
betireen  two  coit.ses  argent  [BklkxapJ  ;  e,  Graes,afessoheiug%rgLt  Zd 

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sabkq  heticeeii  s!x  crosses  patee  fitche'e  [anient]  [ButlerI  •   7   Guks  t,rn 

0  and  azure  [MocntfordJ  ;  10,  Argent,  bil/cltes  ....a  lion  rampant  n  i 
(fsaMe)  crou-nrdor  [?  De  la  Plaunch]  ;  U,  Azure,  afcss  ieUcZ^x?oss 
crosshfs  argent  [St.  0.mer]  ;  12,  blcmk. 
Crest.— A  grijjin's  head  erased  argent,  leaked  and  ducaJhj  gorged  or. 


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[Sir  Thomas.*]  | 


Sir  Shelly  Lo.  of  Asserdarj  Chelsy  & 
Apleshara.  brother  to  S'.Tho.  Shelly  that  was 
attainted  for  iiideauouring  to  sett  up  K.  R.  2. 


Robert  Shelly=pEliz.  d.  &  coh.  of  Jo.  Petitt. 


John  Shellie^Beatrix  d.  &  h.  of  Sir  Jo.  Hawkwood  the  renowned  Suuldier. 

John  Shelley  [dieji  3  Janv.  18  Hen.=pEliz.  da.  &  heire  of  Jo.  Michelo-roue  [Eliz 
19  Hen.  Ylll.J.t 


died  30  July  5  Hen.  VIII. 
June  19  Hen.  Vlll.J.t 


Inq.  P.M.  29 


P^"^"''^-^       [Edward.]       Sir  Wra.  Shelley  of  Michelgroue  [one  of=pAlice  da.  & 


See  "Vis.  of  Hampshire,' 
(Harl.  Soc.) 


the  Justices  of  the  Common  Pleas  aged 
48  &  more  at  Inq.  P.M.  of  father].! 


coh'r  of  Sir 
HenryBelk- 
nap.J 


John  Shelley  of  Michd^^^^^  ^^iH^j^^^     d_  . 

&  Aug.  laao.    Inq.  P.M.  o  Oct^  5  Edw.  YI.  (155l)].t  Twrn! Fitzwilliams. 


[William  Shelley  aged  21 
yrs.  5  days  19  Sept.  1  Eliz. 
(1559)].t 


John  Shelley  of  Michelgrove=f=E!lianor  d.  of  S^  Tho. 
[died  27  Aug.  3i  Eliz.  (1592);  Lovell  of  Harbin;?  in 
Inq.  P.M.  8  Nov.  3-1  Eliz.].t     com.  Xorf. 


S' John  Shelley  of  Michelgrove  Kt.^Jane  d.  of  S^  Tho.  Rerisbu' 

.ttfrf'TA?  ^Tr  ,^  ^''f',-^  f'-''    [Reresby]  of  Thribarsh  in 
at  Inq.  P.:M.  of  faclier  ;  died  20  Xov.    Com.  Ebor 
before  Inq.  P.M.  21  April  18  Chas. 
(1642)].t  ^1 


I 

Eliz.  ux.  S"'  Tho. 
Timply  [Tim- 
perley  of  Hintle- 
sham]  of  Suflb. 
for  his  1  wife. 


•  "The  Castles  and  ilaiisions  of  Western  Sussex  " 

•t     Sussex  Inq.  Post  llortem."    (Sussex  Record  .Society.) 

+  lor  pedigree  of  Belknap  see  "Visitation  of  Esses,"' vol.  ii..  p  .56.S-4  (Harl  Soc  ^  which 
shews  from  whence  the  arms  of  Butler.  Fantolph.  Sudeley  and  Mou^t^or^are  derived 


I,;    .  :IK 


MISCELLANEA  G-ENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 


 M  

I  I 

Sir  William  eldest  &on=i=Chnstian  d.  of  S''  James     John  •2  =  ^h\vy  youngest  da.  & 


Kt.  [dead  before  18 
Cbas.] 


Vav-ntlit,  K'.  soiine.     h.  appar,  to  G( 

Bayly  of  Lincoln. 


Sir  Chas.  Shelley  of  Miclielgrove  Baronet^Eliz.  d.  of  Beniamin  Weston  of  Walton 
1662  [aged  5  jrs.  3  raonths  30  days  at  upon  Thames  4  son  of  ye  Earl  of  Port- 
Inq.  P.M.  of  grandfather].  '  land. 


I  I  I 

Bemamin  aJ.  4  1662.     Elizah.  Christian. 

[The  words  printed  in  italics  are  in  a  different  handwriting.] 
[Fol.  114'1] 

[The  following  inscriptions  are  given  but  the  name  of  the  Church  is  omitted, 
but  presumably  they  are  in  C'lapham  Church,  Sussex,  as  in  the  will  of  the  imder- 
meutioued  John  Shelley,  who  died  in  1550,  he  desired  to  bo  buried  there.] 

Upon  a  gravestone  in  body  of  the  church  : — 

_  Hie  iacet  Jo.  Michilgroue  senior  |  Armiger  qui  obijt  20  die  Jauii  1458  |  cuius 
animse  propitietur  deus  |  Amen. 


Upon  another  tombstone  in  the  chancel  of  south  wall : — 

The  portature  of  John  Shelly  Esq.  who  |  dyed  15  Decemb.  1550  who  married 
Mary -I  da.  of  S''  Wm.  Fitzwilliams  &  had  issue  |  4  sonnes  &  8  daughters. 


Here  lyeth  the  body  of  Mary  Belson  widow  of  |  Augustine  Belson  da.  to  Edward 
&  Margaret  Gage  |  of  Bromley  &  Grandchild  to  John  Shelley  who  |  was  son  to 
Judge  Shelley  of  Michelgroue,  shee  |  dyed  1624. 

[Fol.  115.] 

[A  drawing  of  John  Shelley  and  his  wife  with  a  coat  of  arms  in  each  corner, 
viz.  : — 

Top  left  side  [SalW]  a  fcss  engrailed  beficeen  three  ivhelks  shells  [o/-] 
[Shelley]  ;  top  right  side  :  Per  cross  or  and  azure,  a  bird  [arycnf]  [Michel- 
grove]  ;  bottom  left  corner  :  Shelley  impaling  Michelgkove  ;  bottom  right 
corner  :  Michelgrovk  impaling  .  .  .  .  a  -pheon  .  .  .  .  [  ], 

Inscription :  Orate  pro  animabus  Joh'is  Shelley  Armigeri  et  Elizab.  ux.  eius  til. 
et  heredis  Jo.  Michelgroue  de  Michelgroue  Ar.  qui  quid'  Elizab.  ob.  penultimo  die 
Julij  1513  et  p'dic'  Jo.  Shelley  ob.  3  Januarii  A"  1526. 


[Harl.  1076,  fo.  143-1.] 
Aiiiis. — Barry  of  six  argent  and  gules,  in  chief  a  pellet  charged  with  a  crescent  or. 
CitEjiT. — A  derni-lion  irimjjant  argent,  ducally  gorged  azure,  cliarged  on  the  shoulder 
with  a  pellet  charged  with  a  crescent  or. 

A'ic.  AVase  of  Sihiugton  in  com.  Sus3.=j= 
desc.  from  the  Wases  of  Buckingh. 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDIC  A.  105 
-  A  I 


I 

James  Wase  of  Silliiicrtou. 


Jolm  Wnse  2  son.=p 
I 


I  \   , 

^.'l"'.",^;-.  J.^'^^V  ^''^y-  ^^^^^^'-^  of=pElizab.  da.  of  ...  .  Bart-     John  Wase  of- 

letc  of  Stopham  in  Sussex,  Storringtou 
ill  CO.  Sussex. 


ton  of  Billinglitu-st.  Wollauiu 
ton. 


^Ym.  "\7ase  son^rX'pian  da.  of  ...  .  Budd 
of  Wm.  sist.  of  Auditor  Budd. 


JoLin  "Wase  Henry, 
s.p. 


Wm.  Wase  son  of  Wllm.  Wase=Ann  d.  of  Cole  by  da.  of  


Hanby. 


[Ilarl.  1076,  fos.  114,  144^,  and  145.] 
[The  following  portion  of  this  pedigree  is  given,  us  it  adds  earlier  generations 
to  the  pedigree  m     Visitations  of  Sussex,"  Harl.  Soc,  vol.  5:3.    A  more  romnlefce 
pedigree  will  be  found  in  Elwes  and  Robinsou's  -  Castles  and  Manors  olTeTtern 

Thomas  Bowyer  of  [Ivnypei-sleyt]  StafFordsh.^ 
came  in  Sussex  temp.  H.  4.  T 


Eichard  Bowyer  of  Petworth^Jane  dan.  of  [Arthur*]  Gunter  of 
m  com.  Sussex.  i  Kacton  in  com.  Sussex. 


Wm.  Bowyer  of=EHz.  dau.  of  Tredcroft  of 

Petworth.  1  Billingshurst  in  com.  Sussex. 


Powv  r^Ar  •  '^^-'^  o  Ti^oraas^^Jane  dan.  &  h.  of^Alexander  X..weL 

of  r  n'o       T''^  Bowyerof,  Robert  iferry  son    Deane  of  Paules 

ofCh.ch.    [?  Groves]  of  London       of  Tnomas  .Alerry         Husband  fd 

2sonu.       Kingston  upon  [Inq.  p.m.  !  of  Hatfield  [died    13  Feb  1G01--V 


Thames  reuupt.  6  April 
Franc.  Waller.  1559]. 


3  Aug.,  bur.  at 
Mundham  14 
Aug.  1579]. 


[Bowyers  of  Denham  Court,  co.  Bucks, 
-Baronets,  see  Burke's  "  Peerage."] 


For  continuation  see  "Castles  and 
Mansions  of  Western  Sussex." 


[Johnj  Bowyer=^[Margaretd.of  JohnDingley  Eliz.  ux  Tho 
3^"  son.]  I  of  Winchelsea.]  Norton. 

- 


[Katherinej  m. 
Jas.  Calcot.] 


*  See  Gunter  Pedigree,  p.  60  "  Visitation  of  Sussex,"  Earl.  Soc,  vol,  53. 
t    Castles  and  Mansions  of  Western  Sussex."  ,     ■  oo. 


1 


106  MISCELLANEA  GLNEALOGICA  ET  HEllALDICA. 

[Marl.  1076,  fol.  146''.] 
Stephen  Apsley  of  Ap.sley^Mai-aret  dan.     coh.  of  Stephen  Le 


^^'j^szli-  ^ ^""''^^-^  p^p^'^"^  tp^p-^-j 


^i^'^.t^'^'^Ti''''';  ^-  ^  «f  Jo.  Sidney  of  Alford,  in  com  Sarrev 
of  lhackhan,.      [and  Isabel  d.  of  Kich.  Patvius  alias  PatvineJ  ^ 

.  da.  of .  .  .  .= John  Apslev=p.  ...  d.  of  [Will.]  Greene  of  Borington  1  wife. 


William  Aps- 
ley [of  Pul- 
burough  living- 
1507]. 


-[Anne  d.  of  Edward 
Mille  of  Piilboroucrh 
&  tireatham  &  heir 
of  her  brother  Kich- 
ard  ilille.] 


John 

ob. 

s.p. 


Eichard=pBeatrice  d.  of  Wm.  Syd- 


Apsley 


ney  of  Kingsham  wid. 
of  ...  .  Kuottesford  of 
Cheyney,  d.  1  Feb.  1515. 


A\ilhamAp5-=^.Jane  d.  of  AVillm 
eyof  Thack-  j  Ashboruham 
ham  lu  com.  i  afterwards  mar- 
Sussex  [d.  -J-i  '  ried  Richard  Co- 
Dec.  1527].  vert  [of  Slaue- 
_  ham]. 


Edward 
2  son. 


^Christian 
d.  of 
John 
Baker. 


Thomas  Aps-=:Margaret 
ley  [bur.   at  Buhnan. 
Thakeham 11 
Sept.  1517]. 


See  Harl.  Soc,  Vol.  53,  "  Visitation  of  Sussex." 

dan"  ^^tl  "u^^Z'T-  r        ^I-ary^pJaae  da.  of  John  Michell  of 

U  May  1587.]  I^rngscon  Bowsy   [died    Cuckficid  in  com.  Sussex. 


Anthony  Ads- 
ley  of  Ti'se- 
hur.it  Just,  ad 
pac. 


Henry. 
Dorothy, 


I 

Anne. 


I  or  issue  and  descendants  of  his  raarriaire  see 
Pedigree  in  "Castles  and  Mansions  of  Ves- 
tem  Sussex  "  (note  the  date  of  death  of  son 
and  hen-  William  is  given  as  1502  therein 
but  should  be  1582).  ' 

Weiit^ifsiCx '']"'"'  '^"''^^^  ^^^^'^         "Castles  and  Mansions  of 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HEllALUICA. 


107 


Fo].  155''. 

LeT^kuol  ot  Ivingscon  Bowsey  m  com.  Sussex  Esq.  &  tliewiddofJo  Michell  of 
-  Stamoi-ham  my  mother  haye  seryed  the  Kiugs  Majescy  yt  now  is  and  his  Mai's  .ex 
0  happy  memory  as  Commissioner  of  the  Peace  in  this  County  of  Sussex  by  he 
bpace  ot  almost  30  yearcs  together:  And  that  if  it  please  che  Herdd  o  enqni  e 
furcher  imo  the  Pedigree  .-hen  they  come  in:o  the  West  pts  of  this  S  ire  my  ?  d  ' 
Biotliers  Grandson  Imino:  there  &  haying  my  iather's  Inheritance  &  enSe  cm 
go;:banr  g^r^nrt"'^  ''^^  '  ^  able"toi:troa 

The  Coate  of  S  family  for  theife  100  yeares  hath  been  this 
In  a  feild  argent  3  Barrs  gules  with  a  Canton  or  gjter  ermin. 

the  Creast.  ■ 
A  Flower  de  Luce  or  between  2  falcons  wings  Argent. 

TithL?of  nnf^S'"'        of  this  County  there  is     Manner  an  hundred  and  a 

ofArandento  support  tl.  name  if  the 
Tiseherst  2^  Aprilis  1634.  ^      ^.^.^j^^^^^  ^^p^,^^_ 


(To  he  continued .) 


g)t  Hart  Street,  J.m^t^mx,  ^\x\y 

annotations  from  g^ill^,  ttt: 


9a.  John  Highlord,  senior  and 

Skynner  of  London  in  his 
life  tyme,  being  of  the  age 
of  four  score  and  seyen  years 
dyd  giye  forty  shillinges 
yearlie  to  be  bestoed  in 
.   newcastell  cole  for  the 
relief  of  the  poor  of  tliis 
parish  &  doth  alow  for 
foure  sennones  yerlie 
for  eyer  as  by  h'is  will 
at  large  dooth  appeare. 


of  fLT  ^  '^'^  ^'^^  ^^st  end  on  the  north-east  column 

of  the  tower,  coming  out  of  the  baptistery,  which  may  have  formed  part  of  a  Ze 

*  Continued  from  p.  80. 


1' 


lOS  MISCELLANEA  GEXEALOGICA  ET  HEK.lLDIci. 

elaborate  monnmenc.    He  was  the  father  of  John  Hio-hlorcl  wlm  out^v.A  \  ■ 
and  pedicrreeat  the  Herald's  Visitation  in  1633-4  ^■'T  e  ^^rn^n  the  Y  '^^ 
are:  Salle,  a  lend  flarn,  counter^ei.-y  argent    Crest :  Im^L     2^  l^A^T 
anm  ending  in  fleicrs-de-lis  argent.    These  were  exemplified  by  Sir  V^lfn 
Garter,  to  tne  brothers  John  and  Zachary  Hellard  oi     i-^^^^^^^  ^^F'' 
IS  no  date  of  his  death  on  this  :.emorial,  Ihe  bnrial   e^F      unplief  t  e  fm^^ 
shewing  thac  on  the  4  Jan  1619       John  Hi^jhlord,  ao-ed  89   vS  bui?  d  ' 

a  he  will  of  the  above  John  Highlord  styles  him  "the  elder  (SizPn-^nrl  d 
of  London,"  and  is  dared  19th  Marcli  1618  and  s  a  onrnnl  I  ^  '''I'"-'"'' 

devoted  to  the  legal  settlement  of  his  real  estate     He  defire  t'o  b  Turl'H'in''H° 
pansh  church  of  Sc  Olave  in  Hart  Street,  London,  in  wl  ich  °         h  ^nl  ab  s 
and  as  near  as  possible  to  the  body  of  his  late  wife  ElizaLth     Of  hi  T""^'^^]  • 
estate,  one^third  to  his  wife,  one-third  to  his  chilS        one-t  i^^^ 
legacies.    Testator  has  already  given  part  of  their  ^hare  to  n,"  m 
son- John  Highlord  £400  ;  to^son  Zachary  HiSrd  ^800    to  daSe.\?t  \ 
her  marriage  with  Henry  WiUington  (latir  oiLieluV^hin. tont  dSe^^^ 
to  daughter  Lhzabedi  on  her  marriage  with  George  Bennetc  £300  J^d^lf^.; 
Judith  on  her  marru^ge  with  John  Padiam,  deceased,  £40^   to  da  .'htl,  trt  Z 

Saiah  Parham,  daughter  of  the  said  John  and  Judith  Parham  j'oo    To  Gerfcrnl 

mmmmmm 

parson  of      Olave,  Hart  Street,  a  b  acS  Cwn  h^od  S  A  f  ,   '  ^^""P'""' 

ZachiiT  rl  ^S  ]  ri'"^  ?  ''''''''  ^y^'''  ^"^'^^'•d'  deceased    To  son 

Zach.iy  the  gold  ring  given  to  testator  by  his  son  Goodwyn.    To  Thomas,  John, 

*  See  copy  of  grant,  ante,  3rd  Series,  Vol.  IV.,  p.  37.-Ed. 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 


109 


^<^'"^  of  Isabel],  leetator's  late  wife,  deceased  each 

pm-chased  fro.  Sir  Tho.as  Offle.vrK^tecealcd  '^lo  £'"e  IpS^^'et^     ' t 
feast  of  the  Anmmcation  of  the  Ble.sed  Tirein  Mary  and  tlie  ]ast  day  oT  J  i]v  to 
buy  -seacoale  other^vlse  Newcastle  Cole  of  the  best  sok"  to  be  Ayerio  the  doo? 
lu  the  winter.    Late  mother-in-law  Jp^  ^^Fabell  Eno'h^  nf         I      •/  ^ 
into  testator's  hands  £20.  that  after  h.  ^ l^"^^^^^ 

daughter,  the  same  should  remain  between  his  children,  yiz  E  I  n  .d  Jo  n 
holomon  and  Zachary,  sons,  and  Barbara.  Mabell,  Elizabe  h,  J  kI^^^  1^1  nd 
Abigad  h.s  daughters;  he  is  discharged  thereof  as  one  of  her  exe  t^  f  Maid 
seryant  Ehzabech  Barnett  £20.  Late  maidseryant  Ann  Baco'^  ^ '  To  the 
poor  box  of  All  Saints  Barking  in  Tower  Street  £5  To  L^^n.,  7  f 
S;  Botulph  without  Algate  £5.   To  the  poor  box  of's^^t  nlphl'it     /b,° hop^.a^^^^ 

lo^^r&^^-Ti^^^ 

thee  of  the  company  of  Skumers  who  attend  the  funeral  £10  fo  a  dinner  To 
Thomas  Harford,  the  bedell,  41)5.    Testator  has  mid  fo  ih7  Z.l  \     I  \  } 
the  Eastlndia  Adyentnre  £4.400,  of' wSch 'hSas^^       oS:  "^'400'^ 
Zachary  Highlord,  and  has  entered  on  their  books  for  £3,-'00   0  be' adyentm-ed 
this  If  not  already  paid  is  to  be  performed.    To  Richard  B^clTerand  xX^^hoL  F  S 

with  .hops  and  cellars  known  by  the  s^.ns  of  "^L  Sane  "  a,  d 

the  ocenpation  of  Walle,;  Bnrr/and  Ed.a.d  Blo^r^  „,io  ts.^^t  f  ,d 

s^r  z;;'b„Tu:""fo,;i^o"s^;  "-"p'-""  --^  -t'" 

Cod.cil  dated  1  Dec  1619.  To  gnsan,  wife  of  son  John  H.Vhlord  ^5  fo,- 
a  piece  of  p  ate    Honor  Cason,  wife  of  John  Oason,  ji-oeei-,  'S    U^o  Sai-V  Torte 


110 

JO. 


V  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 


Memonas  Sacrum 
^uihelmi  Frithe  seuioiis  svmbolfeoo-ranhi 

ovln  "^v?'"  n^orib  pVobissi.ni 

qnam  arte  sua  probnfcissirai  anno  fet  Ti  et  \lici^ 

co.s^rt.s  ejus  fidelis.imaj  Anno  fet  7G  matron^  dr- 
cu  Annu  a3tatis  sexagesiiuu  literar  4  studia  prius 

i^l.bata  non  minus  feliciter  quam  insigniter  aggres- 

dii  ten  poiib  Cuius  emarcescentes  Hac  vita  dcces- 
"cr.V  oV ;r"p-^  ''''  et  h..6o-Apnl^^lS4ret 
mining  nn.  ^'^''^''^■^^  Pnraogenito  Ed«-ardo  et 

k  e  dnn ff"^  -^^  v'"''     '"'^^  ""'^'^  fiJ'-^  Elizabetha  mil- 
ler et  di  ob  hberis  dicta3  Elizabethan  sci'  Georo-io  et  Elizi 

fi^ufSii&T^"?^^       Coi.enulti  jace^t  t^^l^^L 
niius  bull  elmi  et  Ahcife  scilicet  Gnilielmo  Johanne  et 
A  phonso  Fnthe  relictis  superstitibus 
ISulla  sub  axe  quies  ;  varii  inster  vita  cylindri  est ; 
Attonitisque  fug-It  mobilis  Hora  rotis 
Tessera  militias  vita  est ;  huic  ferrea  fatu 

^'^'^'^'g"^is  peragunt  imperiosa  vices 
feangunieamque  cud  insculpunt  operosa  rubricam 
Thnlv'  -"i"'"  .^^™  .^^'^''tf^  cruor  litera  penua 
C^halju.  Syrtibus  mfidis  obcingimur,  aspera  nostra 
bois  yehui  est  refluis  quassa  carina  vadis 
Concutior  tectum  quasi  ab  ima  sede  revulsum 
Candida  at  astrigeras  firma  stat  aula  plao-^e 

CwJ^^T]vT^''^\f'     ^"^hea  norma  dierum 
Circinct  J^terms  hbrata  polis  fiet  ara  salutis 
Et  cxeum  hunc  fulgida  sphasra  globum 
Aon  pede  sacrilega  nec  temeranda  manu 
t  ehx  asthereum  cujus  peric  anchora  limum 
Oui  Jsauelera  fides  et  Cjnosura  Deus. 

west'^e'd  o'f  noTh  "rrsistSTf"{n'^  ^'""^^Tf  '''^'^^^  "^^^  ^'^^^ 
and  having  a  shield  oVarm     X/?//  /J"''"^^ -^^^^^         ''''^^  ^«^der  of  stone 
alendsalfp  cotim]  avIr^Tn  'rJ  ff"''^'  or,-  impaling,  An/eni 

second.        '  ^  ''^'J'  ^W'-cnled,  between  two  eagles  dlspkajed  of  the 

WilfdS-^l^:|:E:^i,;'^^J^-Fr^ 

of  debts  and  funeral  charges  pei^on.l  e^St^K  ^^^'^^^^^ 
the  laudable  custom  of  thf  (^^^  of  l^n     T  '  ^•/'^i'^  ^^^o.^x^g  to 

third  betM-een  sons  William  John  and  A 1°  ^'\^\'^^  one-third;  one  oTher 

tbird  being  for  testat  rdisptal  out  oF^;^^^^^^^^  The  other 

uispu.ai,  out  01  It  to  sons  John  and  Alphonsus  the  lease 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 


Ill 


To  son  Willia,n  F.-it!;:      gSd  H^^^  I'Z^tZ 

drawci's  mthe  little  chamber  above  mie  ]  aii  of  Xhs  w  >  L  te    '^^^^     the  chest  of 

neio-hbour  E  eanor  wife  of  T'imp?  Pinoi-        '''^'i""  ^"eie  testator  now  lies.  To 

hoi-  ^ood  will      d  help      T  e  re         'l                 '''^f'^'  lor 

Concerning-  teshUm-'s  f  ^  d.old   and:  tenoi^n^^^^^^^^^^   .      '  ^'^''^  ^^'"^ 

TTpininste,-  Essex,  in  the  occnpaSn  of^^S^^^  ^^''^  ■'^'i^^ 

Frithe.    Freehold  at  Caxto'r  C^ZidoJw  '^^^  ^i'^i'^ni 

^^i^S'^^Ki^^S^a^^^!^^^ 

Rogers  and  John  Clifton.    1^1  ^^^^^^rM^'^,^'!^^ 

jan^:'^;:^!^;;^  ^'Zi'^l:^ — ^ 

"Visitation  of  EssexV'166l-S-ED.] 


Near  this  Place 
In  ful  assairance  of  a  joyful  resurrection 
r  ^^^V  of  J ordax  Taxcred,  clerk 
Chaplaine  to  his  Grace     Duke  of  Leedes 
y<=  Rector  of  Barwick  &  Elraet  in  y<=  West 
-Kjding  of  Yorkshire  who  dyed  March 
-  r  If'inyeSP'yeareofhisAo-e. 

Also  y^  Bodies  of  Wir.LiAji  IIollaxd  late 
minister  of  tins  Parish  (&  Elizabeth  his  wife) 
.        in  whose  time  &  chiefly  by  his 
indefatigable  care  and  paines  this  Church  & 
-t'arsonage  house  were  rebuilt  and  who 
being  dead  yet  speketh  :  hee  dved 

dyed  March  5'^  i699  A^ed  ?.Ca?ef5  wP'  ' 

.-i^ea  ,  J  ^eaies  lo  whose  Memories  Susaxxa  wife  of  s^' 

[Monument  to  be  erected. 

Jseat  tablet  on  the  wall  at  the  east  end  of  north  aisle. 

Hegister  of  Burials 


112 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HEEALDICA. 


Before  this  place  lictli 
the  bodie  of  Eira  C'liAr.LTON  wife  of 
EoBKRT  Chaeltox  citizen  &  fish- 
inoiiger  of  London  by  whom  she  had  issue 
3  sons  &  4  daughters  &  died  in  childbed  the 
23  of  June  1622  having  been  married  10  years 
10  monthes  &  17  daies  &  hVcd  30  one  years 
5  monthes  &  odd  daies.    She  was  youngest  child  of  Thomas 
Hauby  of  Adstone  in  the  County  of  Northampton 
Esquire  by  his  last  wife  Katherixe  Throgmobtox 
daughter  of  Clement  Throgmortox  of  Haseley  in 
the  County  of  Warwick  Esquire  and  of  Katherixe 
Xevyll  sister  to  then  Lord  of  xIbergavexie 

Efc  genus  et  nomen  nosti  nomcnque  mariti 
progeniem  atque  dies,  sic  obitum  et  tumulum 
Te  latet  ipse  tamieu,  licet  htec  externa  tuei'is 
Nobilia  interius  nobiliora  latent 
Nobilitas  vera  est  Sanctis  virtutibus  orta 
banc  teueris  annis  huic  dedit  omnisator 
Nam  cum  lacte  simul  materno  religionem 

Tmbibit  assidue  raatre  docente  pia, 
posteaque  ut  vires  cresceliant,  crevit  in  ilia 
Vera  dei  veri  cognitio  atque  fides. 
Nec  sine  fruge  fides,  fuit  alina,  pudica  benigna 
compatiens  hnmilis  raitis  arnica  bona 
sic  veram  vera  cum  jnstitia  pietatem  et 

facta  bonis  verbis,  junxerat  ilia  bona 
ut  mater  natam.  raatVis  sic  nata  nepotes 
Irabuit  imprimis  cognitione  dei 
Non  specie  tantum,  sed  vere  religiosa 
et  virgo,  et  conjux,  et  domina  et  genetrix 
Principio  finis  simili  sic  ultima  primfe 
Linea  conformis  mortua  viva  simul. 
Emme  Charletox 
Died  2Z^^  June  1622. 


From  a  small  monument  of  the  period  at  the  west  end  of  the  north  aisle,  being 
ornamented  with  hour-glass  and  skulls,  and  having  a  coat  of  arms  on  each  side  : 
1st,  1  and  4,  Or,  a  lion  ram2mnt  gules ;  2  cmd  d.  Gules,  ien  bezants,  Zouche. 
(Thus  in  the  "  Visitation  of  Shropshire,"  but  in  the  "  Visitation  of  London  "  it  is 
Or,  ten  torieoMx.)  Over  all  a  crescent  for  difference.  2nd.  The  same  ;  impaling,  Gvlcs, 
afess  dancettie  ermine  beticeen  ten  billets  argent,  Harbt, 


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113 


This  Roberc  Cliarlton  was  the  second  son  of  Eobert  Charlton  of  Tern  in 
Jliropsiare.  and  Emma  was  his  first  wife,  by  whom  he  had  issue  Jobe,  James, 
±.mma,  Lhzabeth  and  Katherine.  He  married  secondlr  Aniie,  danirhtor  of  Ricljard 
U  iche  of  London  merchant,  bj  whom  he  had  further  issue,  Richard.  Henry, 
liohert,  1  homas  and  Susan.  ' 


13. 


GtJALTERO  Ray  arm 
viro 
ingenio  suavi 
moribus  intcgerrimis 
singuhirihumanitate 
omnibus  denique  virtutibus 
qua?  aut  exoruent 

instructo 
RiCHARDus  Ray 
fratris  filius 
posuit 

obiifc  XVI  Jnlii  mdccxxxvii 
fet  LV. 

A  boautiful  white  marble  tablet  and  urn  against  a  varieo-ated  marble  pyramid 
placed  at  the  west  end  of  the  north  aisle,  brought  from  All  Hallows  Staining: 

Azure  on  a  chief  or  three  martlets  gules,  a  crescent  in  tlie  field  for  difference 
Ray  or     ray  ;  impaling.  Sable,  a  fess  leticeen  two  lions  vassant-gucerdant  or. 

Willi^/5-'«     '  ^^i^'i  ^^n'^^f  Hallows  Staining  in  London,  gi-ocer. 

J  ill  dated  8  Marcn  1736.  To  be  bnned  in  the  church  of  aIi  Hallows  Stainin- 
Has^by  deed  given  to  his  niece  Dorothy  Rawlinson,  then  Dorothy  Ray,  £1  000°" 

T^%T  ^  ,     1    'r?  ^-Tp  K  ^^''^'-'^  To  nephew  Thomas"  Rawlinson 

£l,.oOO  To  nephew  Daniel  Rawlinson  £],.500.  To  nephew  Richard  Ray  £1  .500 
To  brother  and  sister  Ray  or  the  survivor  £1,500  on  condition  that  they  pay  to 

P?.  J.  nS'  f     ^^"e^f-"  •  ^'^^  ^^^-^^'^  «f  ^^i^  brother  and  silter 

Eaj  £1,000  of  the  £l,oOO  to  nephew  Richard  Ray  and  the  remaining  £5(i0  to 
nephew  and  godson  \\  alter  Rawlinson.  Leases  of  houses  in  Fenchurch  Street  to 
nephew  Thomas  Rawlinson  except  the  house  in  which  testator  dwells,  which  is  for 
testator  s  wife  for  her  liie  but  she  not  to  suffer  any  Tea,  Coffee  or  Choclate  to  be 
sold  m  It  or  the  shop  belonging  to  it  without  the  consent  of  said  nephew  Thomas 
59SfJr'?V'''  ^'T'  ^er  her  death.    To  kinsman  Thomas  Chaloncr 

i     r  Zilf        '  ^^^^      Pl'-^^^'  j^^^-e"^,  rings  and  household  -oods 

m  the  said  house  m  Fenchurch  Street  and  in  that  at  Mile  End.  The  income  of 
the  residue  of  all  estate  to  wife  for  her  life,  she  paying  out  of  it  to  nephew  Robert 

VOL.  ir.,  SERIKS  V,  „ 


Hi  MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HEEALEICA. 

»„d  b,-o.he,.  Richard  E„,.    Wi.„es.«f  F...  "t^l^  SSITL^^:; 

company  of  Grocers  who  used  T         a    the  ki       f  i'"^'-'    ^  T^^^'^  ^'^^ 

Codicil  tim-d  confirms  the  former  one  to  Robert  H.^Jey 

a  just  account  and  heTtoWe  Cue    Lt  1^^^^^^^^^  ''''''V''      ^«  ^'^^ 

for  wages  the  clear  sum  of  i  05  Xs  re?f n  LA  r-''  "'"^^^^  ^^'''^  ^^ip 
Company's  ships  to  be  got  fo;  k  ^Cn  Av'^^^^^^^^^ 

Daniel,  MonkhLe  Davison,  WniitirSio^er  ^'^'  ^^'^"^'^^^^^  ^enj. 

of  tSSS^ti^^r^atl^lr^iii:^^ ''''''''  '-y 


Memorial 

Mistris  Mary  Bewley  daughter  of  M.  Edavabd  Ford 
merchant  and  the  late  matclilesse  wife  of  Tho 
MAS  I  EW'LEY  of  Hall  Place  in  Kent,  Gentleman 
God  fn'nn  h"""''^'^"^  'I  ^^'ked  with 

ned  l?t'h  3"''^"'^^"^^  f  ordinances.    Was  ador- 
ned with  good  workes  and  was  an  example  of 
wisedome  modesty  &  love  in  her  last  sicknesse 
she  desired  others  to  sett  their  affections  on 
th  Dgs  above  and  to  beware  of  immodorate  love 
and  sorrow  she  slept  in  the  Lord  the  first  day 
of  February  1658/9  being  the  xxxvit'.  veare  of  her 
age  and  the  vii"'  weeke  after  the'death 

that  hopefull  young  gentleman  Thomas  Bew^ley 
their  onely  son  a  member  of  the  Hon'^'e  Society 
of  Grayes  Inne  ;  he  remembered  his  Creator  in 
the  dayes  of  his  youth.    Was  ingenious  &  dilio-ent 

his  shoit  but  well  run  course  the  ix'^^  day  of  Decem- 
ber  GoS,  being  t.he  xviijU-  yeare  of  his  a^e 
the,  il  H  ^'^^  Dyd  &  Ive^oge- 

both  their  memories  is  this  monument  erected 
by  the  loving  Husband  and  father 


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115 


From  a  large  monument  on  the  west  wall  of  the  north  aisle,  having  an  urn 
with  flame  at  top,  and  below  a  shield  of  arms. 


Quarterly:  1  and  4,  Ermine,  on  a  canton  gule^^  an  orle  argent;  2,  Argent, 
a  saltire  ictwLcn  four  mvUets  gules ;  3,  Argent,  three  Cornish  choughs  lyroper, 
a  chief  counter-componee  of  six  pieces  or  and  gules,  Bewley  ;  impaling,  Per  fcss  or 
and  ermine,  a  lion  ramjxtni  perfess  azure  and  gules,  collared  of  the  first,  Ford 

All  Hallows  Staining  Register  of  Burials. 
1658    Dec.  17    Thomas  Bewley  son  of  M'' Thomas  Bewley,  merchant,  in  the  chancel. 
1658-9  Feb.  15  Mary  Bewley,  wife  of  M''  Thomas  Bewley,  merchant,  in  the  chancel. 

St.  Olave,  Hart  Street,  Piegister  of  Burials. 
16i3    Xov.  14    M""  Thomas  Bewley  carried  into  the  country. 


15. 


r 


I    -    '^  -f  f  'K<. 

-  ^  -f  /^  ^- 


A  monument  of  fraternal  affection 
PiOBERT  LxGKAii  merchant  in  London 
to  his  kind  brother,  faithful  partner  and  friend 
Hugh  IxGRAii  Esq.,  son  of  J.  Ingram  Esq%  BiUiter  Square 
grandson  of  Ar.  Ingram  Esq.,  Provost  of  Glasgow 
He  died  in  April  mdccxcviii  aged  xxxvi 
PtOBERT  Ingram  Esq^ 
Died  X  February  mdcccxvi  aged  Lviii  years. 

An  elegant  tablet  consisting  of  a  white  marble  vase,  with  an  inverted  burning 
torch,  and  the  figure  of  a  child  hfciiig  the  lifeless  hand  of  aiiotlier  lying  on 


mSCELLANEA  GE.NEALOGICA  ET  IIERALDICA. 


Sl??rn^!;h^;^slf       ^"^'"^^"^      ^"  "ow  on  the  west 

flame, proper.    Mo/to  :  ad  sidera  vijl?S    ^  ^'"'"^  '  ^  ^^^'^'"'^ 

-'^11  Hallows  Stahiing  Burial  Rcrqster 
l/9b    April  13    Hugh  Ingram. 
16 IC    Feb.  15    Hob' Ingram,  abode  St  Pancras. 

V^in^^^'l^'jI^fjl^   Totot'hTr,  Square,  London,  merchant. 

Inm  £1200     To  iary  ElLb^  t  ^X^'?''  r^'^'-*^^-         brother  James 

Swlthen's  Lane  London  icf  l-S  Tr  l^^^^^^^^^'^f  ^cer  of  John  Winter  of 
£50.  Brother  Robe  t  Jn^rSn  it'S^^'ar^L  tee  r  Coney,  Esq.,  of  London, 
to  Mess-  Winter.    Proved  21  Ipr   17^3  =  ""^^^'^^  ^  Clerks 


16. 


In  memory  of 
Alex.\^-der  S^iyth  Esq'-'', 
an  inhabitant  of  this  parish  G6  'vears 
who  died  November  27^''  1832  aged  78  years 
also 

Mary  A>-x  daughter  of  the  above 
who  died  March  4">  1826  aged  15  years 

All  Hallows  Staining  Register  of  Burials 
18..2    Dec.    4    AlexanderSrayth ;  ^fark  Lane. 


(To  be  continued.) 


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MISCELT.ANEA  GKNEALOGTOA  ET  BERALBTCA. 


121 


^'i^ttation  of  ©cforosljirt,  1668-9. 

(Coll.  of  Arms,  D  25,  Fos.       and  Si^.) 
For  earlier  generations  see  "  Visitations  of  Oxford,"  Harl.  Soc.  Pub.,  vol.  v.,  p.  290. 


•4.-  G 


John  Hallo^Yay  of  Oxford  Gent.  2^  son  of =p Alice  daur  of  Myles 
John  llalloway  of  Oxford.  |  Leigh  of  Oxford. 


Charles  Halloway  of  0.\ford=pAlice  daur  of  Walter  Dayrell  of 
Serjeant  at  law.  I  Abbingdon  in  C°  Berks  Esq''. 


I  i  I  II 

1.  Alice.    Frances  2  wife  of  Edw-i    Charles  Holloway  son    S.Sarah.    4.  Mary 
Dalby   of   the    Inner    &  heir  set.  3S  anno  (16C8) 
Temple  London  Cunn-    1668.  (Signed) 
cellor  at  Law.  ,  %j 

Charles  Hallaway. 


John  Halloway  of  Oxford  2'^  son  set.  71  a°  1669— Susan  sister  of  Anyan 

I  1  '  ^1 

Richard  2''  son  of  Oxford=^AIico  da.    Thomas  Hallowav=pEliz.  da.    Susan  wife  of 


Barrister  of  the  Inner  of  .Joim  eldest  sun  uf  Hor- 
Temple  sa.  42  a'-'  1669.     '  Smith  of    wood  ilacrna  Co. 

Oxford.  Bucks. 


of  Eo-  John  Winde- 
bert  bank  a  D''  of 

Barker.  Pliysic. 


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John  aerat.  8  •  Richard  2. 
ann.  1669.  — 

Henry  3. 

VOL.  II.,  SERIES  V. 


John  a3t.  19.  Charles  3. 
William  2.        Robert  4. 


(Signed) 
Rich''  Halloway, 
L 


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^^""m^y   ?v  ^UAAA^l    CLARE    OP  WALTON-OX-TITF- 

HILL  L\  THE  COUNTY  OF  LANCASTER,  GENTLEMAN, 

TO  ALL  AND  SINGULAR  to  whom  these  Presents  shall  come'sir  n'arJ-^ 

^Mmmmmm 

Lns.g-ns  accordingly  Kxow  Ye  thekkfore  that  We^^  sa  1  g1h?ep  a  d  N^^^^^^^^^^ 

ana  in  tne  jeai  of  Oui  Lord  One  thousand  eight  hundred  and  forty  six 

Chas.  Geo.  Young,  Garter.  J.  A]n,an,  xNorroy. 

Eecorded  in  the  College  of  Arms,  London,  this  thirtieth  day  of  December 

J.  Pulman,  Norroy, 
  Registrar. 


HOVELL  GRANT  OP  ARMS 

Hovell  ded  %  Oct  ifi^Q  'a  P/T^^'^d,  m  memory  of  Ann,  wife  of  Pasco 
died    7  JuneTrr/    11^  ,t   ■       ^ ''''''  «^  Plymouth,  merchant,  who 

grant.  ''""^      Hovell  differ  slightlj  from  those  m  the 


•  Commuoicated      J.  Pici  Etukbs.  Ejq,.  F.S.A. 


A.  J.  J. 


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FROM  ADD.  MS.  5533  AND  IIARL.  MS.  1096. 

The  PedioTees  contained  in  these  two  MSS.  kraeJy  consist  of  the  Visitation 
Pedigrees  of  lo6S  and  1633-5,  but  there  are  in  addirion'a  number  of  pedi'iees  no 
contained  .u  those  ^' ,s,taaons,  and  some  which  appear  to  be  continued  fo  1640 
TThe.e  a  reference  to  a  ^  isitation  is  made,  unless  it  is  stated  to  the  contrary' 
It  refers  to  the  Pub  heat  ons  of  the  Ilarlcian  Society.  Particulars  given  Sin 
sources. '''''  supplementary  information  obtained  from  other 

mtii 

[Add.  MS.  5533,  fo.  11,  and  Harl.  MS.  1096,  fo.  129.] 
Arms  of  M--  Wm.  Abell  of  London,  a°  1  636. 
A-R-^is.—Arffetif,  on  a  sal/ire  engrailed  azure  a  fieur-de-Us  or 

Crest.— .4;^  arm  in  armour  embowed,  garnished  or,  the  hand  gauntkted  azure  holdina 
a  sword  argent,  hilted  or,  enfiled  on  the  arm  with  a  wreath  argent. 

[For  Pedigree  see  "Visitation  of  London,  1C33,"  p.  2.] 


[Add.  MS.  5533,  fo.  184.] 
Amory  of  Asherney  in  Devon=p 


John  Amory  of  die  same=rKath.  da.  of 
  I 


Robert  Amory  of  London,  vintner=:\rary  da.  of  Wm.  Mort. 


[Add.  MS.  5533,  fo.  10,  and  Harl.  :\IS.  1096,  fo.  122.] 
Bonwicir'  °^  "''"'"'^  f^^'^""'"^  ^'"^  daughter  of  [Henry] 

[For  Pedigree  see  "  Visitation  of  London,  1633  "  (Harl.  Soc.).] 
^^''^'^'~mZlsir  '"^'"^''^'^^  ^^^^^  'luafrefoils  vert  as  many 

^''^'''^'7u\'f'!  rert,  cuffed  argent,  eharqed  on  the  deeve  with  a 

qvutrefoL  'or  ''"""'^  '^"'P''  '"'""'^ 


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[Add.  MS,  5533,  fo.  200.] 
....  Anion  de  Saradon=p 

Eoberfc  Anion  de  Sarndon=p 

I  -^J 

Kobert  Anion  of  Chester^p 
I-    I 


Henry  Anion  of  Chester^Margt  D,.  of .  .  .  .  Bird,  Alderman 


of  Chester. 


Henry  Anion,  Sherif  of  Chester^Jane  Da,  of ...  .  Dodd  of  Broxon. 

I   ' 

Richard  Anion  of  London,  Geat.=y=Dorothy  Da.  of  John  Lee  of  Staffordsh. 

-  John  Anion  of  Clements  Inn,  Gent". 


[Add.  MS.  5533,  fo.  1568,  and  Harl.  MS.  1096,  fo.  27  ] 
^^-^^^-1         heir]    ^of   t'Zn  '     ^.S^"'  ^^^^^^^^^  ^^^^^^ 


don 


[Richard] 
Erlej. 


Staffordshire]. 


^laO-  Anthony.  ^^^^^^       ^  ^^^1^^^^  Tl  _ 


See  "Vis.  ofi^eds.,  1634  "  Elizabeth. 


Edward.     [Paul,  bapt.      Rici.L  r^,,,.       r^,   '  ~T1  '  1 

-        SO    June         ]  n         I-:'.'!;     Prances,    Margaret.  TMary 

™a.n.    1551;  bur.  1  '''S^'^-^^^J-    ^pt    17  _  ^ap^'^^^'g 

Sept.  1551*.]     John  *i      ^""6  [bapt.  29  Au- 

1^^^-*]       May  1554.*]  155^*.] 

[See  "  Visitation  of  London,  1568."] 


*  Eegisters  of  St.  Marj  Woolnotb,  Londou. 


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129 


[Add.  MS.  5583,  fo.  219.] 


AnyiS.—Aztcre,  a  chevron  or  beiwcen  Ihrce  leopards'  heads  erased  oreient 
tREST.— .1  sicaa  sable,  leys  and  beak  yules. 


Jo.Hi  A.huL-U  of  Ashwell, 
Esq.,  son  of  Jobu. 


=Da.  uf  Ten-all  of 
Xorton  Terrall. 


Robert  0  sou 
went  into  Buck- 
ingbaoish. 


Da.  of       Jobn  Asliwell=pDa.  of  Bramp 


Saudey 


of  Asbwell, 
Esq. 


The 


ton  of  Br 
ton. 


amp-     into  Norfolk. 


John  Asbwelb 
of  Ashwell. 


Eobert== 
Ashwell.  I 


John  Ashwell  of=f  Da.  of  Long- 
Ashwell,  Esq.  ^verth  of  ° 
Longwertb. 


Thomas  of- 
Norfolk. 


-Da.  of  Towi 
end. 


Ptobert;  Asbwell  of-r^Da.  of  Bremesley  of 
Ashwell.  I  Coduor, 


William=p[AHce]  Da. 


Asbwell 
of  [Tat- 
ternbow] 
Bed- 
fordsb. 
Gent. 


of  [William]* 
Gostwick  [of 
Stamford 
Bury  CO.  Bed- 
ford]. 


Robert  Asbwelb 
of  Asbwell,  Esq. 


=Da.  of  Plum- 
tou. 


John= 
Asbwell. 


Sir  John  Ashwell 
now  liviusr. 


John  Asbwell  of= 
Ashwell,  Esq. 


=  na.  of  Houghton  of  Houghton 
Tower  in  Lancas. 


Thomas  Ashwell  of  Asbwell  now  livin"-. 


I  I 
William.  Ferdinand. 

[See  "  Yisitati(  n  of 
London,  1033-4."] 


I 

Francis  Asb- 
well [of  Lon- 
don, Vintuei'. 
1633]. 


=[Elizabetb  da.  of  Richard 
Bromley  co.  Hertford  & 
widow  of  Godfrev  Smyth  ; 
Bur.  2  Dec.  IC-lL'.f]  ^ 


Dorothy. 
Penelope. 
Anne. 


I  I 

[Francis  bap.  7 
Jan.  1616.1] 

[George  bap.  7 
Dec.     1617  ; 
bur.    15  Dec. 
1617.t] 


[^lars-aret  bap.  7 
Dec.  1617  ;  bur. 
17  Dec.  1617. t] 

[William  bap.  1-4 
Sep.  1618  ;  bur. 
20  Sep.  1618. t] 


I   I  I 
[Alice    bap.  29 
Sep.  1619.t] 

[William  bap.  25 
Feb.  1620-21. t] 

[Ann  bap.  1  Sep. 
1622.t] 


I   I  I 
[Elizabeth  bap. 
Jan.  1623-24.1] 

[Edward  bap. 
Noy.  1626.t] 

[Edward  bap. 
Feb.  1628-29.1] 


.  yisitation  of  London,  1633-4,"  but  in  tlie  "Visitation  of  Bedfordshire"  the  PediiTeo  of 
Crostwiek  gives  an  Allice,  da.  of  Edward  Gostwick  of  Shetfurd,  Beds.,  as  wife  of  William  Ashwell 
of  Uunstavell,  Beds.  |  Kegisters  of  St.  Michael,  Cornhill 


(To  be  continued.) 


130 


:miscellaxea  geneai 'ogica  et  heraldica. 


©mzinnl  ©rants     Srms  in  tijc  ^mik 


CxRANT  OF  CREST  TO  GELLY  MERICK  OF  BASARDE>^ 
IN  PEMBROKESHIRE. 


■ispiii 

of  r  faith  &o  A„t  rminitsi     "  ^"^^  ^'^^^"d^r 

P.  me  G.  Dethick  als  Garter 

Principall  Kinge  of  Armes. 
Note.— Two  seals  are  both  gone. 
*  Continued  from  p.  102. 


1) 


I 


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132 


lirsCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALBICA. 


I 


1 


i 


13^  MISCELLAXEA  OKNEALOOICA  ET  HEKAL1>ICA. 

IHL  COXSLSTOKY  COURT  AT  CANTERBUEY.* 


,          „  VOLUME  5IL~r.»//;„,,,^. 

10.  80.     ^'   ^ 


0.  Kobe..  T,..,..    .™„a.^'^£i5J;^.^r",  sll^iS" '"p^ST 
Son  Tl/om,;,,.  "ScTs/'So^./lVrs '"  Chmd.prf.    Wife  Alice. 

Hanj  his  son.    Proved  27  July  is'lo  ^  ^'^  '^"''^^  daughter! 

-f roved  _>7  June  1519.  '  '"^  Robert  son  of  brother  Robert, 

*  Continued  from  p.  92, 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HESALDICA.  135 

i^^u  po^^^'EY  the  elder  of  Westbrooke.     Giles  Love  of  Dover 


VOLUME  XIIL 

^iJ^a^;  8ons1iS.S"^S^\r3[;  '^rlT"'  ^^"''^^^  Churchvard.  Wife 
1519-20."  ■  31  Jan. 


Eawavd  „„d  Tho,nas  Ins  so„s.    JL.rgnret  hU  danghte,-.    Proved  sr  iil/lsJo 

Son  TliLs.'"^?„^fed  nT„ne^?.0.  '^""^  ^^'^^ 

and^Eich.,,  Co„„»opp  his  feoffees. 

at  their  marriase,  and  if  eid.er  of  them  dve  withS  fh  ?  """"^  P"."* 

to  he  the  other's  heiro.  aod  if  hot '^T  tt  ^e'S^to'^e^'aiTS  hf  ^'tZ^'Z 


136 


MISCE1LA>-EA  GEXFALCG3CA  ET  HEKALDICA, 


I.  ,£2ic;s'fX;™,t''r,sti'"t;" 

n-^  ^'f  ' .  .  ^  '-^^"'^  "^^'^  f''^^  A-raiit  of  the  said  lease  then  he  wills 
two  there  mentioned)  and  hL  werv  7'*^'  ^'""''^J^^     '"^^^^  P^^^<^ 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  IIEKALDICA. 


187 


fo.  45.  Joux  ELniy^;  of  Dover.  To  be 
m  Pover  at  the  foot  of  liis  iatLei'.  John 
To  AYilliam  Biiudv  and  Elizabeth  his  vrife  liis 
for  terme  of  bis  years.    Dated  16  Oct.  lol7. 


buried  in  tlie  cburchvard  of  St.  Peter 
Gierke,  Master  of '  the  IMaisondew. 
lease  of  the  Parsonage  of  Buckland 


fo.  46,    Chm-cb  of  Padelysforth  near  Dover. 


[To  be  cor.it nued.) 


atDaiia  u  il)t  \)x\\\m  Bimt^mm  of  mm^t^ 
from  Harlfian         io76  tit  tfit 


[Harl.  1076,  fo.  152.] 

Jo.  Sharpe  of  Benendcn  in  co.  Ivent=p.  ...  da  of 
menconed  the  old  visitaco'  of  Siiss.    |  Wolfe. 


Richard  Sharpe  of  Xorthiam=Alice  da.  of  Nicb.  Tufton  sister  of  Jo.  Tufton 
I  Esq.  father  of  Sir  Jo.  Tufton,  Kt.  &  Bart. 


Sha^r^'Tml'' ^^V'^r?'™-  4?^'"' Mariarettux.  Jo'ne.  Bridget, 
fehaipc.    OdyanofWitsam.    Holman.  Tho.  Cryor. 

For  issue  see  "  Visitation  of  Sussex,"  Harl.  Soc,  vol.  53. 


Tho  Sharpe  of  Xorthiam  2  son  died  before=rJone  dau.  &  h.  of 
his  eldest  brother.  ....  Strode 


.  I  I   "  ^  i  ^1 

John  2  s.p.    Richard  Sharpe  son  &  heire^Elizab.  dau.  &  h.  of   Dorothy.  Alice. 

I  .  .  .  .  Glover. 


loZSJ^"^"  ^''^^^  John  Sharpe  Pe'tei.  Sala. 
com.  bussex,  eldest  son.  —  _ 


Edmoud.    Pbebe.  Elizab. 


*  Continued  from  p.  107. 
VOL,  II.,  SERIES  y.  ^ 


138 


:SCEXLANEA  GEKEALOGICA  ET  HEEALBICA. 


[Ilarl.  1076,  fos.  I57",  157^  157S  158.] 

ChfS~^/!;''      ''-^'"^  ^'■>(^'^'>  a  lordure  ermine 

CnB.T.-A  denn-gmm  scgrcant  healccJ  and  forelegs  gules,  collared  ermine 

John  Collins  of  the  parish  of  Bnrwash  in  com.  Snssex  [died  March- 


[.lohn,  eld- 
est son  & 
heir,  aoe 
40  and 
more  at 
Inq.  P.M. 
of  lather.] 


Alexander  eldest  son  [./r]  of  John  of^[.Iniia  had 
Socknirsh  m  the  parish  of  Bri-htlino-  ,  Socknersh 
m  the  county  of  Sussex,  [deceived 
Socknersh  bv  will  of  father-  died  U 
Feb  15.51.  ^Vill  dated  ]  4  Feb.  4  Edw. 
V  l.  (lool);  Inq.  P.M.  at  Lnmbcrhurst 
22  Jany.  7  Eliz.  (1565)  and  East  Grin- 
stead  29  Oct.  S  Eliz.  (1566).] 


[John  Collen  eldest 
son  aged  19|  on  14 
Feby.  1551,  died 
under  age  25  July 
1552.] 


foi'  life  in 
will  of  hus- 
band with 
remainder 
to  son  Alex- 
ander. 
Died  5 
April 
1566.] 


Wm.  Collins^ 
of  Burwash.  I 


Wni.  Collins.^ 
^  I 

Thomas  Collins 
of  London. 


[Stephen  aged  22  years  10  weeks 
on  29  Octr.  1556  heir  of  father  & 
brother  John,  manor  of  Hothlyo-he 
bequeathed  to  him  by  flUher.j'" 


[Alexander,  manor  of= 
iSocknersh  in  wili  of 
faiher  bequeathed  to 
him  after  death  of 
niothei'.] 


Thomas  Collins: 
eldest  Sonne  of 
Alexander  of 
Socknirsh  in  the 
parish  of  Bn'nrht- 
ling  dyed  Sep- 
tember 1.3, 1612. 


=F^Iary  daughter  of  Jam. 
j  Buckhurstof  the  p'ish  of 
I  Staplehurst  in  ve  county 
[  of  Kent,  first  maried  to 
•  Rob.  Alchorn  of  :\Iarden 
in  Kent  &  had  yssue, 
James,  Agnes  and  Tho- 
mas.   Secondly  to  Tho- 
mas Collins,  Dec.  20  1597 
&  dyed  July  8  1618. 


Mathew  Parker=pMargaret  second 
Nat.  19  May  ;  daughter  &  heire 
1570  marriedye  \  of  Roger  Jenkins 
21  of  October  \  nat.  ye  30  of 
1600  he  dyed  :  Octoberl586and 
ye  9 'I'  of  May  '  dyed  the  6"'  of 
1C45.  I  June  1645. 


Increased  Collins,  Cant,  of  i\IotPs= 
Bulwark  in  Doner,  of  Socknersh 
in  the  parish  of  Brightling  in 
county  of  Sussex.  Xat.  March 
30  1604  married  April  ye  10  1626 
[Will  proved  20  July  1665  in  the 
Consistory  Court  at  Canterbury 
as  of  Sittingbourne.  For  arms 
see  "Visitation  of  Kent,  1663— 
68,"  Harl.  Soc,  vol.  54.] 


=Frances  only 
dau.  and  h. 
of. Math.  Par- 
ker, son  of 
Sir  John  Par- 
ker son  of 
Jlath.  Parker 
Archbishop 
of  Canter- 
bury, nat.  ye 
24  Nov.  1605 
&  dyed  ye  6"^ 
of  Jan.  1650. 


Pacicnce 

Collins 

nat. 

October 
24  1606 
dyed 
N'ovem- 
ber  5 
1606. 


Elizabeth  Parker 
nat.ye23"'ofAprill 
1607  aud  dyed  ve 
IS'i'  of  April  1629 
a  Virgin. 

John  Parker  nat. 
ye  18"'  of  Septem- 
ber 1615  [?]  and 
dyed  in  his  childe- 
hoode. 


misceila;xea  genealogica  et  heealdica. 


139 


Matthew  Collins  nat. 
ye  15^''  of  .March  l(ji7 
&  dyed  in  his  childe- 
hoode. 

Thomas  Collins  nat. 
ye  S^--  of  June  1030. 


Mary  Collins 
nat.  ye  15'''  of 
Juno  1C29  & 
dyed  the 
second  day  of 
June  16J:5  a 
Yirain. 


Frances  Collins  nat.  ye 
14"'  of  Mch.  1632  and 
September  ye  20^''  lC5-i 
married  Robert  Heath. 


Margaret  Col- 
lins nat.  the 
of  February 
1636  S:  dyed 
in  her  cliilde- 
hoode. 


[Robert  Heath,  ride  Vis.  of  Kent,  1G63— G8.J 


Changed  Collins  nat.  January  1  1508 
maried  Tho.  Luxfoi-d  of  ye  p'ish  of 
Wartliiig  in  Sussex  dyed  July  22  1629 
&  left  3  sonnes  &  2  daugliters  at  her 
death  viz.  Mary,  Thomas,  George,  Anne 
&  Richard. 


I 

Thomas  Collins  nat.  Mai-cli  29  1601  first 
maryed  to  .Afary  daughter  of  Anthony 
Crnteuden  of  Burwash  in  Sussex  &  had 
no  issue  secondly  marryed  to  Elizabeth 
daughter  of  Peter  Farenden  of  ye  p'ish 
of  Selsecomb  [Sedlescombe]  in  Sussex. 


[Harl.  1076,  fo.  168^] 

Jo.  Forster  descended  of  S''  AVm.  Forsters=p 
house  of  Crowluirst  in  com.  Surr.  I 


rn?rw'''^'S?  '^""'"^""S  in=T=Mawde  da.  of  Robert  Billinghurst  of  Haslemere 
com.  Sussex  eldest,  som  [mar.  at  Haslemere  28  I^fay  1581]. 

cTJr\f  ^^'-"'^terof  Angniering=E]iz.  da.  of  Rich.  Willett  of 

kn  Z     is;;-;  ^"m-. '^^issex  son  &  h.    Brodwelsdown incom.Somers. 

bu*sex.    l^Mvile.  now  living  1 63-1.  2'"!  wife. 


i  I 


Ihomas  2.  George  4.  Henrie  6.  John  Forster  son  &  h.=^Marg.  da.  of  slrah 
Thomas  3.    Andrews.  mering  a"  1G34.  of  Windiest.  Jane 


John  Forster  only  child  about  a  vear  old  1634. 


Fol.  169. 

The  Certificate  of  W»  Forster  Esq.  in  the  Behalfe  of  Jo.  Forster  of  Angmering. 
Theise  are  to  certify  any  to  whom  theise  ^sentes  shall  come  that  I  W-  Forrter 
!  do  renJtP  To  F  ^'l     Vr'''  Gw^-^^nsi  in  co.  Surr.  Kt.  have  reputed 

frnt.fS  .1  f?'  1  ^^"g^ering  in  com.  Sussex  to  bee  my  kinsman  &  am 

to"  av  "l.  -f .  ;  ^''T  ^  ''^^  ^"''''''y  '^'^^^  b^^'-^        ^^™es  that  is 

to  say  A.me  a  Li/on  ramp'  argent  guttie  gules  with  some  difference  of  a  youger 

M  2 


1-10  MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  EERALDICA. 

In  witness  whereof  I  have  hereunto  sett  my  hand  this  21  day  of  March  1C35. 

Signed  in  the  Presence  of—       '      '  W"^  Forster. 

Robt.  Berry. 
Richard  Evre. 


[Harl.  107G,  fo.  IGiW] 


Thomas  Cradock  descended  from  the  family  of. 
bu-  Match.  Cradock  of  Glamor'  in  AVales.  ' 


Is^icholas  Cradock  of  Pain)jev=pAnn  dan  &  h  of 
in  CO.  Southampton.  '  I  Clement  of  Bristow."  " 


ArchBp.  of  Caiuerb.   lus    somf  Vic»r  gce.nli.  Sonthton. 


Joh.2.    M„!Jo.T3.    nigis.      T;,'p.C„„I„cl„f  ElUT^ijr^i,,,,. 


Anne 2.    Jane  4. 


[Harl.  107C,  fo.  170.] 
[Burke.  ■  AKMS^Azure,  on  a  chevron  argent  three  rnuUds  sable. 

OKE.sT.-^l;2  eagle  disjjJagecl  argent  gorged  icith  a  chajdet  vert.-] 

WaVbSon'"'  "Yn'm'  ^l'  1         ^^^^^^^ord  of  East 
>v  ai  bliugton.         Hothley  by  da.  of  Fvnes. 


1640  *J    Warbleton. 


"Wm.IIemsly.      the  Low 
Countries. 


[Thomas  Roberts.*] 

*  "  Sussex  Inq.  P.M."    iSu,sex  Record  Society,  vol.  xiv.) 


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MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDlCA.  141 
[Harl.  1076,  fo.  171.] 

C^BST.-^^  .^^^  ^^^^^^  ^^^^^^^^^ 

Ltrs  pattents  exemplified  with  the  rrvo„t  of  «  Pv.^f       ^  .i  t. 

^  "diits  J.         AjQteild  Hi  com.  Sussex. 

S'S^iw'-    it -^rS  "^V^fsoVZ  ^--/^-^ --=^«uzan  da.  of  Jo. 
sing  Bell.J       died  ^22  Mch    Inq'  P  M  t  v  n   '         \  ^^T'^  I  ^^^^'"'^  «f 
U  Charles*  (1636^)1  """'^      ^^P^"    '''^^P'<^herst  in 

com.  Kent. 

a^ea      jis.  11  months  6  days  oil  20  Apl.  14  Chas.*J. 

"^'ii-  RuFFORD  for  Eeue. 

[Harl.  107G,  fo.  17P.] 
Ar^S.-^,-^..^,  .  .allire  engrailed  salU,     chief  a  cin^uefoU  gules 


Middleton  oldest    Brav  '\Iiddlpfmi— i      c  , , 

son  dyed  a  Bachilour.    of  B^^xgloue    """p^^^^^^      1  '  '  '  ^^^^^'^^^  ^^^^^  He 


leckham  [marr.  Lie.  9  July  1625  Cat 
Boxgrove)^].  ^ 


William.    EaIph3Iiddlelon.t.7etampIic„.    GrL.    J„U  Elizibcth. 
t  sfs"  Vi  -?,°,1°""',°5'  "  ^"•"a-) 


{To  be  continued.) 


Sacred 


to  the  memorr  of 
JOHA^  Thtstlev/ood  Esq- 
•  •  ■  ■  f  Staines  in  this  county 

an  old  inhabitant  of  this  parish 

who  died  on  the  26ti^  of  March  1823 
aged  78  years 

A-^^I  ^^^^^RET,  his  widow 

Who  died  on  the  lO^^  of  May  18^5 
•  ^S^^  75  years 

The,,  ,.cma„,.  are  deposited  in  tie  va„lt  of  this 

.e,„oSZri?.  £,tl1'L;™,''°™'       ™  -i'  0,  the  „„,.t„  „is,e, 

,o.„    ,    ,  ^"  H""""-^  SWning  Burial  Ecgiste,-. 


18. 


Saci'ed 
to  the  memory  of 
M»  Saeah  Sharpe 
of  Stoke  A^ewino-ton 
widow  of  the  late 
Lancelot  Sharps 
of  this  parish, 
a  faithful  wife  and  an 
Qi.   J-  J  aflectionate  mother 
&he  died  on  the  22"^  of  January  1830 

m  the  85t.'yearofheraie 
I  I  hy  prayers  and  thine  alml  are 
come  up  for  a  memorial  befo^  God 
Acts  10,  Terse  i. 


Halfei^jl^^:  -  north  aisle,  removed  from  All 

1830    Jan  ,     /'f,  ^^"^^'^  ^^'^^^^^'g  Burial  Register. 

Jan.  .1    Sarah  Sharpe  of  Stoke  Newiogton. 


19, 


Sacred 
to  the  memory  of 
Jase  JIary  Sharpe 
daughter  of  .Johx  Harbt^ov 

ofEppmg,  in  the  county  of  S^surgeon 
and  Jake  his  wife  : 

Continuod  from  p.  ng. 


illSCELLAXEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDTCA. 


a  dutiful  daughter,  an  obedient  wife  : 
.        .        a  tender  mother  ;  a  sincere  christian. 

She  ^Ya3  born  January  vi.  mjdcolxxxiii 
and  died  June  iii  iiDCCCxxiii 
in  the  XLi  year  of  her  ao;e 
This  tablet  was  erected  by  her^liusband 
Laxcklot  Sharpe,  M.A.,  F.S.A., 

Minister  of  this  parish 
grateful  for  xx  years  of  happiness 
enjoyed  in  her  society. 

From^a  plain  tablet  on  the  south-west  wall,  north  aisle,  removed  from 
Hallows  5;taining. 

All  Hallows  Staining  Burial  Register. 
1823    Junes    Jane  Mary  Sharpe  ;  Lower  Edmonton. 


20-  Sacred 

to  the  memory  of 
The  Eev''  Lancelot  Sharpb,  M.A.,  F  S  A 

Prebendary  of  S*  Paul's 
and  for  fifty  years  ininister  of  this  parish 
He  died  October  xxvi,  mdcccli 
aged  Lxvii  years 
Also  of 
Mary,  relict  of  the  above 
She  died  January  xxix,  mdccclxix 
Aged  Lxxx  years. 

Hal^ws^'stlim-Q-  ^'""^^'^  ''''  ^^'^  south-west  wall,  north  aisle,  removed  from 

All  Hallows  Staining  Burial  Picgister. 
1851    Nov.  1    Lancelot  Sharpe,  Eectory  House,  Mark  Lane. 


Sacred  to  the  memory 
of  M^  Lancelot  Sharpe,  citizen  and  o-rocer 
who  died  Oct'  10'-^  in  the  69"'  year  of  his  age 
His  life  was  an  example 
of  unremitting  Industry  and  Litegricy  in  his  business 
and  of  generosity  and  kindness  to  his  children.  ' 
He  was  ever  ready,  without  ostentation, 
to  assist  and  relieve  the  distressed  • 
and  his  unaffected  Piety  evinced  his  trust  in  God 
for  every 
earthly  Blessing 
and  his  firm  reliance 
on  the  merits  and  Litercession  of  his  Redeemer 
for  everlasting  happiness  in  the  world  to  come.' 

He  reverenced  the  Sabbath 
by  his  constant  attendance  on  Divine  Worship, 
morning  and  evening,  in  his  Parisfi  Church 
and  gladly  embraced  every  opportunity 
of  receiving  the  Blessed  Sacrament 
Blessed  are  the  dead,  wiio  die  in  the  Lord. 

Rev.  14,  ver.  13. 


144  MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 

From  a  plain  tablet  oq  the  south-west  wall,  north  aisle,  removed  from  All 
Hallows  Seaming. 

All  Hallows  Staining  Burial  Register. 
1810    Oct.  14    Sharpe,  Lancelot,  68  yeai^s,  ch.-yard. 


A.D.  1871. 


This  tablet  commemorates 
the  union  of  the  benefices  of 
St  Olave  Hart  Street  and  All  Hallows  Staining 
By  an  order  of  Her  Majesty  in  Council 

March  10,  1870,  in  pursuance  of 
The  union  of  Benerices  Act  1860  and 
of  Lady  Slaney's  Trust  Estate  Act,  1869. 
The  parish  church  of  Allhallows,  with  the 
exception  of  the  Tower  was  taken  down 
and  in  the  place  of  it  three  churches 
are  to  be  erected  and  endowed  in  new 

districts  in  the  Diocese  of  London. 
All  the  monuments  were  removed  from 

Allhallows  to  S'  Olaves,  fifceen  were 
placed  at  the  west  end  of  the  north  aisle 
and  one  in  the  Baptistery. 


Alfred  Poyah,  M.A.,  Rector  of  the  United  Parishes. 
John  Macjklay,  "I  Churchwardens  George  Baker,  T  Churchwardens 

TViLLiA^Ai  Verry,/  of  St.  Olaves.  Henry  Hughes,/  of  Alliiallows. 

On  a  brass  plate  facing  the  entrance  from  Hart  Street. 


23. 


S.M. 

neere  this  place  under  the  coraunion 
Table  lyeth  interred  the  body 
of  Alice,  the  beloved  wife  of 
Philipes  Farewell 
of  London,  and  Turkey  merchant 
By  whome  bee  had  one  onely  sonne 
named  John.    She  was  y«  daughter 


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MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA.  145 

of  JoiL\  and  Alice  "Wager  citizen 

and  draper  of  the  said  eitty 
■svbo  dyed  at  the  aee  of  26  Tear'^^ 
npon  the  3>J  day  of^Octb.  Ami«  Dni 
1655  Eesurgam 

Vivit  post 
Funera  Virtns 

St.  Olave,  Hart  >Streec,  iiurial  Eegister. 
1655    Oct.  11    Alice  Fanvell  wife  of  Phillips  Farwell,  merchantt,  was  buried  in 
the  chancel!  under  the  communion  table. 


To  the  pious 
Memory  of  the  late  Eev'^      -  —  " 
and  learned  Da^tel  Fogg,  D  D 
He  died  the  5"^  day  of  May  1728  in 
the  seavevnty  first  year  of  his  a^-e 
He  was  minister  of  this  Parish  Fourtv 
years.    He  had  the  best  of  Characters,  and 
^   desen-ed  it.    His  body  lies  in  chis  Chancell 
But  his  name  will  be  had  in  Ever- 
lasting Eemerabrance.    Here  are  Interr'd  .Mary  his 
AVife,  Three  Sons,  Joxathan, 
Da:s-iel,  Thojias  and  Aicx  his 
danghter,  and  Damel  the  son 
of  Joxathax  aforesaid. 

A  plain  tablet  brought  from  All  Hallows  Staining,  now  on  the  north  wall. 

All  Hallows  Burial  Register. 

U'll    t"^"        ^^"'iel  Fogg,  a  child,  in  the  chancel. 
'"^^    ^'^"'^  ^  ''^S^      ^I'e  chancel. 

Jif^-%J'^»-  13    Daniel  Fogg,t child,  in  chancel. 
1'-^    May   12    Daniel  Fogg,  D.D.,  miuiscer. 

.rr  {^•'^'••^•'l^C,  Brook.)    Daniel  Fog?,  D.D.    Will  dated  '>6  Oct  170 
"«lic  con.in  r;  ,      A  pX"^'         ^""''i       «''kIs  of  £101,  each.    To  mv 


He  is 


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25.  M.S. 

THOMiE  Potter  civis  Loiidinensis 
qui  vicino  iu  cosmeterio  sepultus  jacet. 
Enm  qui  norunt  omnes  testantur 
Faisse 

Sedulum,  Prndentem,  Probura, 
Amicum  fidum  &  constantem, 
Mai-itum  bonum,  Parentem  optimum. 

Talis  cum  esset 
Animain  Summa  cum  trauquillitate 
Summa  resurgendi  spe  reddidit 
Justo  Qt  Cleraeuti  Deo 
Jul:  ii  A.D.  1732 
Natus  Bamburia3  in  Comitatu  Oxoii 
Dec:  30,  1664. 

From  a  plain  tablet  on  the  north  wall,  removed  from  the  church  of  All  Hallows 
Staining. 

(P.C.C.,  191,  Bedford.)  Thomas  Potter  of  the  parish  of  All  Hallows  Staining, 
citizen  and  farrier  of  London.  Will  dated  7  .July  1732.  To  be  buried  in  the 
churchyard  of  All  Hallows  Staining.  To  daughter  Elizabeth  Potter  five  Carroons 
numbered  in  the  admittance  books  of  Christ's^Hospital  82,  206,  211,  216  and  335, 
with  such  rents  as  shall  be  due  upon  them,  also  £2,000  Bank  of  England  Stock 
and  £1,000  in  South  Sea  Annuities.  To  friend  Capt.  Jonathan  Collet  of  Haydon 
yard  and  j\P  Edward  Jasper  of  Tower  Hill  each  £20,  and  they  to  be  trustees  for 
said  daughter  until  she  is  aged  21  years  or  married.  Residuary  legatee  and 
executor,  son  Thomas  Potter.    Proved  17  July  1732. 


26.  To  the  glory  of  God  and  in  memory  of  the  Rev"^  Joseph  Hutchixsox 
Baeber,  the  devoted  curate  of  this  parish,  who  died  November  the  28'^  1892, 
aged  57  years. 

This  inscription  is  in  the  window  over  the  porch  on  the  north  side.  The 
coloured  glass  represents  Christ  teaching  in  the  temple. 


27.  In  memory  of 

Jane  wife  of  PiObert  Tullocii,  Esq'''= 
born  9"'  March  1757,  died  11"'  January  1798. 
Also 

Jaxe  their  eldest  daughter 
bora  30"*  December  1782,  died  26"'  May  1800. 
Also 

Robert  Tulloch,  Esq'^'= 
born  11"'  October  17-42,  died  8"'  August  1830. 

Plain  tablet  with  shield  of  arms,  on  the  north  wall. 

Or,  on  a  fess  hettreen  three  cro><s-crossh;ts  fitchee  gules  as 
manij  esloiles  of  the  field.  On  an  escutcheon  of  pretence: 
Argent,  on  a  bend  azure  three  buckles  or.  Crest  :  From  an 
eastern  coronet  or,  a  demi-lion  rampant,  crowned  and  holding 
in  its  paws  an  estoile  gold. 


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28. 


Sacred 
to  the  nieinory  of 
Peter  Pare  Travers,  Esquire 


of 


Fairfield  Lodge  in  the  Countv  of  Devon 
formerly  of 

the  Ilniiourable  East  India  Company's  Civil  Service 
at  Bombay 
who  died  26"^  May  1833 
in  his  G5"'  year. 


Sacred  to  the  memory  of 
the  BeV'  JoHx  Maxley  Wood,  A.i[., 

who  died  24"'  April  1836  aged  72. 
And  Sarah  Wood  relict  of  the  above, 
who  died  22"''  Dec.  184-]  aged  80. 
Theii'  remains  are  deposited  in  the'""Rector's  A^ault. 
Also  of  Elizabeth  daughter  of 
the  above  JoHX  Maxley  Wood, 
(by  his  first  wife  Elizabeth),  ' 
who  died  at  Ramsgate  17*''  Dec''  184i 


Also  of  his  second  daughter 
Charlotte  Wood  who  died  at  Bath 

16*  Augst  1862  aged  70. 
Also  of  his  third  and  last  snrvi vino- 
daughter  Mary  Anxe  Wood,  ^. 


who  died  at  Bath  21^'  Jan>'  1870  aged  76. 
From  a  plain  tablet  on  the  north  wall. 


St.  Olave,  Hart  Street,  Burial  Register. 


The  Rev.  David  Lalvo,  M.A.,  F.R.S., 
Died  August  G"'  1860 
This  tablet  is  erected 
by  parishioners  and  friends 
in  grateful  acknowledgement  of  the  christian 
charity,  courtesy  and  kindness 


Plain  tablet  on  the  north  wall. 


aged  56. 


30. 


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by  which  he  endeared  himself  to  them 
during  the  brief  period  of  three  years  and 
of  the  spiritual  benefits  conferred  on  them 
by  his  private  and  public  ministrations 
and  the  foundation  of 
a  Sunday  School  and  Bible  Class. 
To  the  memory 
of  the 

Reverend  David  Laixg 

M.A.,  F.R.S., 

Rector  of  tliis  parish 
He  died  August  the  G"'  1860 
and  his  remains  lie" in  Highgate  Cemetery 

whither  he  was  followed 
by  nearly  7,000  persons  who  had  learned 
to  love  and  honour  him. 
"I  heard  a  voice  from  heaven  saying 
unto  me,  write,  blessed  are  the  dead 
which  die  in  the  Lord  from  henceforth 
yea,  saith  the  spirit,  that  they  may  rest 
from  their  labours  ;  and  their  works 
do  follow  them. 

Rev.  xiv.,  13  ver. 
From  an  ornamental  tablet  with  arms  on  the  north  wall. 

(Argent,)  three  piles  meeting  in  point  (SaMe),  Laixg  ;  impaling,  (Arfmif )  a  fe'^^e 
dancette'e  (Sable),  V{ EST.  ^  ^    j-   v    j  ■-- 

[He  was  the  son  of  David  Laing,  Planter,  of  Jamaica,  who  died  in  Wevmouth 
Street,  Portland  Place,  London,  24  Sept.  1800,  and  whose  will  was  proved  the 
same  year,  P.C.C.,  801,  Adderley. 

Rev.  David  Laing,  of  St.  Peter's  College,  Cambridge,  to  Mary  Elizabeth  dau 
of  John  West  of  Jamaica,  on  April  14,  1824.    "Gent.  Mag.,"  368.— Ed.]  ' 


31.  In  memory  of 

Richard  Jacksox 
for  many  years 
a  respected  inhabitant  of  Cooper's  Row 
in  this  parish 
who  died  Xovember  ^S'l'  1834 
aged  66  years 
His  remains  are  interred  at  Hendon 
in  Middlesex. 
From  a  plain  tablet  on  the  north  wall. 


Sacred 
to  the  memory  of 
M'  David  Robebtsox 
of  this  parish 
died  November  Si'^'^  1782 
aged  59  years. 


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Also  his  son  and  daughter 
'  M--  George  Robertson 

died  September  788 
aged  40  years 
Catherine  Merrington 
died  December  8"'  1819 
aged  66  years. 
From  a  plain  tablet  on  the  north  wall. 


vpnS"  f^^^  lieraldic  M-indow  has  the  following  arms,  with  the  name  of  tl,e  person 
represented  under  each  shield  :—  ' 

flew^-dtli^o!-  "  '"^'''"''^  '"^'''^  impaling,  Argmf^  on  a  lend  aznrr  Ihree 

1%S^  ''  ^''""^  ''''^'"^  ^lOROAX,  jnn'-,  charehwarden  1854-5, 

11.  Azure,  a  chevroyi  ermine  leticeen  ihree  urchins  or  hechiehoas  or;  impalin- 
ftte  herald.^).            "'''^'"^  ^S"'^^  '»  the  window,  but 

rn--r?,rfl'\ff,'i''''7lZf'  m/«/ cuff  rnyenf,  the  hand  proper  hohVun,  an 
cm ow  ai gent,  siad  a7u2 feathered  or.    Quarles  Harrls. 

len}^h.  (frittillaria  or  marigold)  gules,  seeded  or,  slipped  and 

leaved  vert;  impaling,  Gules,  on  a  chevron  between  three  lions  passant- ,uardanf 
argent  as  mamj  lozenges  of  1  he  field.  '  uiaam 

TUR?L?Y  ''  ^  rampant  gules  grasping  a  battle-axe  argent,  staff  or.  Joseph 

On  In'    ^^Tf'  y^'^e-'  M"-^'<'>^  ihree  bucJcs'  heads  caboshed  suite. 

;^^/7r./f^  /  P'f •■  ^^"'""■'^  '-^  on  a  canton  sable  a 

castle  of  tiro  towers  argent,  an  annulet  for  difference. 

Crest  :  A  lucFs  head  caboshed  salle.    Eichard  Corfield  Buoknall  C  C 

churchwarden  1852-3,  1853-4;  John  Leahead  Bucknali,  churchwarden  1862-3"; 

V.  Sable,  a  chevron  between  three  chapleis  cvrgent ;  impalino-,  Azure  a  fess 
counter-compong  argent  and  gules.  J     '       i  .^.u,e,  a  jtss 

Crest  :  From  a  coronet  or,  a  demi-ounce  proper .    William  Buckle,  Esq. 

n  r7;}fJ!''^'n  fu""  "  '^""^  '"'"''"'^  ""''S'"^-  ''"''"^y       of  a  ifood  proper, 

a  chief  azure  (bad  heraldry),  three  towers  arqent.  f  y 

Crest  :  A  stag's  head  couped  argent.    John  James,  Esq. 

n.J^^'    ^"^'"^f^T.  "''^'"^  ''"'^  ^'0^  or.  on  a  chief  wavy  azure  an 

sable'  ''''^''''^'''^^y^^'-'o  ^"rtlets  of  the  first;  impaling,  .ir^^;,/,  «  lat  displayed 

Crest    A  stag  lodged  leneath  a  tree,  all  proper.    Major  Usborne,  Esq. 

SW  J"/;  ^'^'/'^y  f"j;j\  or,  on  a  fess  gules  three  leopards' faces  or ;  impalii.-, 
i'^aOle,  a  cross  formee fitchee  or.  i c 

E.  HLvRVjax^Tsq'  ^''"^  "'"'''^  gorged  with  a  coronet  or. 

IX.    Sable,  a  chevron  between  three  owls  arejent 

ch«SS^illn.??,rd'l8#.lf  f^^l-  f^-^i.™  Wood,,..-, 


{To  be  continued.) 


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""^^^         aclmiuistratioiis  and  extracts  from  Parish  Ee-isters  correct 

:t  Sh  sSsr^rL:t^!^  ^^^-^^^^  ^^^^-^^^^  ^^^^  ^^-^^'^  p^^^^  ^si 

Translated  out  of  Duche     The  will  of  Michell  Corselis,  marcliante  borne  atfc 
P.ouseLaeret  m  fllandcrs  att  this  presents  dwellin^e  in  the  Ci  tv  of  Londmi  coLne 

SAS;;'  %   "^^^  he  I^f -  Congregacion  in  London  toTJeTo 

tiie  pooie  +oO     lo  the  three  preachers  Jolin  Kinge,  Simeon  Envtinckand  Amhrn.P 

cl^ell  m  iN  choi?6  lane  io,  and  to  the  preaclser  £5.  To  ]\P  Smith  the  hfp 
K^Jr\^'''  chdde  whereof  I  an.  gocffachor  £5.  Unto  my  S'o  he  Ze"  i 
Cornells  £b  to  make  a  silver  cnpp.  Unto  my  two  sisters  Mechel yna  1  Jeane 
dwelhnge  a  Gauntei  £6  each.  Unto  the  mavde  servants  of  he  howt  eS 
Frances  and  Besse  40s  each.  Unto  Daniel)  van  Akleweirelfc  dwelli  ^Sth  n  • 
Ton  ~r  ^  ^f^-^n-,  the  widdoweof  Peter  S   f  dec  aS 

£.00.  Unto  my  2^  dan.  Eachell,  the  widdowe  of  Eoger  Tuerloofc  de^eied  ^700 
A  1  my  other  goodes  I  doe  give  unto  my  sonne  Luke  Corsellis§  (./  )  and  to  V^sole 
Lxor.  Donne  in  London  9  Sept.  IGU  in  the  presence  of  L^aick  van  Peene 
Lneas  van  Peene.      Ita  attestor  Johanes  Emans  Ko-  pub   1614  "    Proved  5 

Sgretfed.^""-'^  '''''''''        ^^^^^'^  o^adm'o:^of  Ang.' 1027 

.nn       t'  "^'°"n ^t-^- ,  On  the  7th,  adm'on  to  John  Corseli.  the 

Z.i  inS.S27'&!^^^Sd^'^"^^  to  tdr^w 

the  ^'i5;^t^or5l;^  ^^Srilgn 

Tofd  tnff  «l"r?''n  n^"  ''''''  ^'"^^'^^  '"^y  g'-^^t  medal  of  gold  hou  e- 
ho  d  stuff  at  Clav  Hall  and  one  of  my  silk  blanket^    My  sister  Gi^e  ^50  my 

nrneel  £?.ndiiv%nv:V  Abdy  my  neece  £5.    Eachell  Maria  Cambell 

vL    r-o     n        7r  ^'.^^^^  P«i'"nger.    John  Gise  my  nephew  £5.    James  Cambell 
^    ■  ^f'Y^e  Vanpane,  now  living  with  the  Ladv  Cambell   my  be  fc 

Sn-Tnn  r-""?!!"'^  f  -  ^^/''^  ^'^^^^  ^^^"^P^^^^  P^^^  animu; for  his  h  .  Cozen 
Su.ann  Gouldham  £2  and  Geo.  Gouldham  her  husband  20s  Cozen  Jovce 
\anpaine  (s^)  40s.  Cozen  Hes:er  Yanpaine  20s.  Cozen  Charles  Vanpaine  my 
cozen  Isaac  Yanpaine's  son,  £2  and  the  £100  due  to  him  to  be  paid  To  WaS 
Boccard,^  Augustine  Boccard,  Matilda  Boccard  and  Jacobina  Bo?card,  children  of 

*  Communicated  by  Veee  L,  Oi.ivee  M  li  f  S 

§  See  his  baptism  in  1611  and  burial  in  1656 

li  See  pedigree  of  Abdy  in  Visit.  Essex,  Anno  1664 

Ti  See  this  name  as  Bocart  in  the  adm'on  of  1627 


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1113-  micle  Andi-cw  Boccard,  dec''.  £•:)(■)  eacli.  To  Lucas  Roccnrd.  the  yoimpcst  child 
of  my  said  niicle,  the  lease  whicli  Mander  holds  of  ine  at  BarkinV,  £5  and  my 
Batch  printed  books.  M''  James  Acton*  £2.  M''  Acton,  councellor,  £2. 
Marciu  Standish,  out  of  the  money  due  to  me,  £20  and  my  In^lish  bible.  Judith 
Neale  my  nurse  £2.  Ellinor  Fox  20s.  To  each  of  the  servants  at  Clav  ball  10s. 
To  M--  John  Yauhuesdonck  besides  his  bond  of  £40  he  had  of  me/£2  more. 
M--  Symou  Smith  £d.  Poor  at  Barking  £2,  to  be  disposed  of  by  the  Lady  Cambell 
if  I  dye  HI  tlie  parish,  and  if  not  to  the  poor  of  the  church  ^vhere  I  shall  be  interred, 
which  I  desire  may  be  where  mv  father  and  mother  were  buried.  To  the  poor  of 
Sjiiutofto  ill  Lincolnshire  £5.  To  the  widow  of  Tho.  Hudson,  mv  old  servant  at 
Thorne,  £2.  I  appoint  Robert  Yarraway  of  London,  scrivenor,  and  Henry  Binde 
of  Cashalton,  co.  Surry,  gent.,  my  Ex'ors  in  trust  till  Lucas  Boccard  come  to  the 
age  of  21,  to  whom  I  intend  the  overplus  shall  come,  allowing  them  £2  apeece  and 
£20  apeece  in  6  montlis  and  £20  apeece  upon  the  settlement  of  the  overplus. 
^^  itness  :  :\rarcin  Standish.    Proved  29  May  1650  by  both  Ex'ors  (182,  Berkley). 

5th  Series,  Vol.  L,  page  20.  The  will  of  Tobias  de  Hem,  the  husband  of  Susan 
Corsellis,  was  proved  in  1G29  (75,  Pudley).  He  names  the  brothers  of  his  wife, 
but  otherwise  gives  no  other  information  about  Corsellis. 

ST.  DIOXYS  BACKCnURCH,  LONDOX  (Harl.  Soc.  Pub.). 
1587    Oct.    11    An  infant  of  Zegar  Corseley.  Bur. 

160G    Oct.     5    Elizabeth  Cursellis,  dan.  of  Michaell  Cursellis,  estranger;  Bur. 
1608    June  22    Mary  Spvnwell,  servant  to  M''  Cursellis.  Bur 
1609-10  Jan.  5        Cursellis.  Stranger.  Bur. 

1611-12  Feb.  2    Lucas  Corsellis,  son  of  Lucas  Corsellis,  chr:  at  the  Dutch  church. 
Bapt. 

1612    [Blank  between  Xov.  i  and  Dec.  12.]    A  Crisomc  child  of  Curcellis. 
Bur. 

1614    April  8    A  Crisome  child  of  M'"  Lucas  Corsellis.  Bur. 

1614    Xov.    4    M''  Michaell  Cursellis,  Stranger.t  Bur. 

1620    June  12    Jacomine  Corcellis,  dan.  of  Lucas  Corcellis.  Bur. 

1622    May  21    Jacomine  Corsellis.  wife  of  Lucas  Corsellis  &  her  Chrisome.  Bur. 

1627    July  23    Lucas  Corcellis.  Bur. 

1656    April  '  4    Lucus  Corcelis,  Esq.,  a  stranger.  Bur. 


Michael  Corsellis,  br.rn  at- 
Rouselaere  in  Flanders  ; 
lived  in  St.  Nicholas  Lane, 
London  ;  bur.  4  Xov.  1614.1 
Will  (P.C.C.,  108,  Lawe) 
proved  14  Nov.  1618. 


=Jocosa  Vant- 
pene,  mar.  at 
St.  Benet 
Fink  10  June 
1568. 


Zegar§=j=Joyce 

I  Vanacker. 

fcee  ante,  Vol.  I., 
5th  Series. 


Meche- 
Ivna. 


Jeane. 


Both  of  Gaunte 
(Ghent). 


1665,  Au2:.  27.  -M'  James  Acton,  attorn.  Coiiion  Pleas,  died  in  Alderseate  Street ;  buried 
An;;'.  .30'h;  ex  peste  (Smith's  '-  Obituary,"  65).  His  son  \Xm.  niatric.  from  Chri'^t  Church, 
Oxford,  in  16.3-i.  aged  16  ;  faarrisier-ut-law,  Lincoln's  Inn,  1644.  "Will  dated  20  June  and  proved 
27  July  1659  (429,  Pell).  '  ^ 

t  See  his  mil  (P.C.C.,  108,  Lawe),  as  of  St.  ^"icholas  Aeon,  London.  Born  at  Kooselaere, 
Flanders. 

X  St.  Dionys  Backchurch. 
_     §  1618,  Billings?ate  ^'S'ard  :  Se&ger  Corsellis,  merchaunt  and  denizen  ;  born  in  Rouscaer  («c) 
m  the  dukedom  of  Cleve  in  Plunders ;  King  James;  of  the  Dutch  Church;  dweller  here  42 
years.    (Cooper's  "  List  of  Foreign  Protestants,"  6.3.) 

'    VOL.  II.,  SERIES  V.  N 


15i 


I 

Mary,  mar. 
Peter  de 
Prill;  widow 
in  1614. 


John,!  died 
a  bachelor 
in  foreign 
parts. 

-Adm'on  14 
Oct.  1G36  to 
Lncas  his 
brother. 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 

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I 

Puiehel,  mar. 
Roger  Tuer- 
loot  ;  widow 
in  1614. 


Elizabeth^ 
bur.  T) 
Oct.]  006. 


Lncas*  Corsenis,=pJacomine 
bur.     23     July  j  Bocard, 
1G27  ;t    adm'on  ;  bur.  21 
Aug.   1C27  and  j  May 
22  Feb.  1627-8  |  1622.t 
and  7  Jan.  1635.  i 


I 

Andrew=p 
Boccard, 
dead 
before 
1655. 


Three  dans.  See 
ante,  5th  Series, 
Vol.  r. 

Jacomine,  bur. 
12  June  1C20. 


Lucas.j  of  Clay 
Hall.  Barking, 
bapt.  2Feb.  1611- 
12  ;t  died  s.p.  ; 
bur.4Apri]l656.t 
Will  dated  25 
March  1655  and 
proved  29  ]\rav  Eachael 
1656(P.C.G.,182, 
Berkeley). 


COESELLIS,  RAWDOX  AXD  KEELIXG. 
See  ante,  5th  Series,  Yol.  L,  p.  21. 

Marmaduke=^nester  Corsellis,  mar.  17  Dec  167-^ 
Kawdon.      |  died  7  July  1719,  aged  75. 


Ml  r, 

alter  Boccard.  ]\ratilda. 


Augustine  Boc- 
card. 

Lucas  Boccard, 
heir  of  Lucas 
Corsellis,  his 
cousin. 


Jaco- 
bina. 


Marmaduke  Eawdon,  attorney-at-law  at  Colchester 
Will  proved  1752  (P.C.C.,  286,  Bettesworth). 


=Dorothy,  dan.  of  John  Free- 
man ;  mar.  3  Feb.  1705. 


1st  hus 
band. 


Robert= Hester,  inherited  the: 
Plumer.  manor  of  Fingring- 
hoe,  Essex,  from  her 
father  ;  mar.  her  2nd 
husband  25  July 
1744;  died  5  Sept. 
1756,§  s.p.  Will 
dated  21  Aug.  1756  ; 
proved  20  Jan.  1757 
(P.C.C.,18,Herring); 
left  all  her  estate'to 
her  husband  Joseph 
Keelins'. 


of  John 
Slaney 
of  Nor- 
wich. 


-Joseph  Keeling,  bapt.  at  St.  James,=pAlice 
Gierkenu-ell,  4  July  1724;  died  1792.|j  :  sister 
U  ill  dated  6  Jan.,  proved  20  Au"-.  179-;' 
(P.C.C.,  436,  Fountain).  Held  Kawdon 
Plantations  in  Barbados,  '-conveyed  to 
me  by  my  late  father-in-law  Mai-maduke 
Rawdoii,  Esq."  (extract  from  will). 

Arms  :  Sahle,  a  lion  rampant  or,  hold- 
ing an  escutcheon  argent,  charged  ivith  a 
cross-crosskt  fitchee  gules,  a  crescent  for 
difference.  Crest  :  Out  of  a  mural 
croivn,  a  demi-lion  rampayit  holding  an 
escutcheon  argent.% 


Capt.  John  Keeling,  inherited  Rawdon  plantations  in  Barbados. 
King  Jri;^and''7crorr?^^  '  ^''^  merchaunt; 

Mag:,"  774  ^"'-^      ^iie  Ummissiou  of  the  peace  for  E.=sex  and  Middlesex.    ("  Gent 

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YAUGHAX  FA3III  Y,  SOUTH WARK. 


October  7  1743 
Octobci'  18  1744 
September  15  174G 
April  24  1748 
October  21  1749 
March  7  1751 
Septembei- 19  1752 
I^farch  23  1754 
July  3  1755 

April  19  1757 
Xoveraber  30  1758 
May  10  1761 

July  6  1764 

A  short  account 
Charity,  Southwark 


Mary  ^  anghan  born  at  3  o'clock  in  the  afternoon. 
Eliz  :  Yaughau  born  at  7  at  uio-ht. 
ifary  A^iughan  born  at  8  at  ni?ht. 
Isaac  Yaughan  born  at  6  in  the  morning. 
Geoi-ge  Yaughan  born  at  5  in  the  morning. 
t>arah  Yaughan  born  at  9  at  niijht. 
Eliz:  Yaughan  born  at  G  at  mght. 
Francis  Yaughan  born  at  5  in 'the  mornino-. 
Geoi'ge  Yaughan  born  at  3  in  the  morningl' 
Joseph  Yaughan  born  at  3  in  the  mornin''--. 
John  '\  aughan  born  at  8  at  night, 
ilarv  Yanghan  born  at  11  at  n1o-ht. 
Sarah  Yaughan  born  at  10  in  the  morning, 
of  the  Yaughan  family  is  given  in  a  note  on  "Mrs.  Yau'--han's 
,  m    feurrey  Arch;eological  Collections,"  vol.  28,  p.  178." 

^   G.  0.  Bellewes. 

CODICIL  TO  WILL  OF  COL.  WILLIAM  CARLOS.* 
In  the  Prerogative  Court  of  Canterbury. 
Colonell  Wm.  Carlos  his  desire  and  request  to  his  adopted  sonn  Ed  Carlos 
be  ng  sole  Executor  of  his  lasc  will  and  testament  (vizt.)  that  the  moneV  w  ich 
shall  become  due  and  payable  to  the  said  Collonell  out  of  the  Trin^  Hon  e  at 

Imprimis  To  my  said  adopted  sonn  and  Ex'or  Ed.  Carlos  100  .  00    00  vearelv 
io  \Vm.  Carlos  of  Birmingham  30.00.00 
To  Tho.  Carlos 
To  Rich.  Carlos 


To  Franc  Carlos 
To  Jno.  Carlos 
To  I\rary  Foster 
To  Eliz.  Carlos 
Paid  To  Elnor  Carlos 

To  Margret  Carlos 
paid  To  Margret  Hakins  de  London 

paid  To  Francis  Carlos  de  London 

paid  To  Mrs.  Schrimshar  for  a  debt 

due  to  her  20 
paid  To  five  priests  10^  apiece  ~2 

itmv  ™'?'?;^  Elizabetli  Carlos  of  Brumhall. 


.  00 

,  00 
.  00 
,  00 
00 
00 

00  .  00 
00  .  00 
5  .  00  .  00 
20  .  00 .  00 


.  00 

.  00 
.  00 
.  00 
00 
00 


These  are  not  to  be 
paid  yearly  butsoe 
much  apiece  in  all 
if  the  money  re- 
ceived will  amount 
to  soe  much  as  is 
set  down. 


I   n  uiuuc)  s  tu  rjiizaoecn  uar  os  oi  lirumha  t  4n(l 

astly  my  request  is  that  ,f  my  said  Executor  shall  dye  before  all  hT  aid  money 
hall  be  received  and  disburse  as  before  expresst  that  then  my  sa  d  ExccLTdoi 
fully  impower  Irancis  Carlos  of  Lor;don  and  Wm.  Carlos  of  BirmiiK:!  am  o  be 
Sit  fv'  '^n'^f  i"y/;equest  for  the  performance  thereof  Witnesse  my  Id  and 
seale  this  sixth  day  of  May  one  thousand  six  hnndred  eighty  nine.  ^ 

^  ^  ,     ^  Y\  Carlos. 

Wm  £cke"ju?f '"^^'^  "  Signed  Thomas  Poole, 

Proved  (codicii  only)  7  Occobcr  1C99.    Fos.  5  OB  HK  (155,  Pett). 

*  Omitted  from  v.  U\  printed  anfe,  p.  83. 


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(Visitation  of  ^fortisljirt,  I668-9, 

(Cull,  of  Arms,  D  25,  Fo.  37.) 
For  earlier  generations  see  '■  Visitatious  of  Oxford,"  HarJ.  See,  vol.  v.,  p.  274. 


Bartholomew  Tipping  of  Chequei's^Martha  daur.  of  Rob.  Doyley 
10  com.  Oxon.  i  of  Merton  in  Com.  Oxon. 


Bartholomew  Tippin?  of  Cheqaers=Eliz.  da.  of  John  Barker  of  Hurst 
in  com.  Oxon.  ob.  1656.  |  Co.  Berks,  Gent.  Usher. 


"^^^^ J'P'- "^■'^  °^  Chequers^Mary  da.  of  Bartholomew  Elizabeth  relicta  Joh'is 
^c.  oO  ann.  1668.  j  Rodolph  Spire  of  Hunter-       Whistler  de  Alder. 

I  combe,  Oxon.  — 


Bartholomew  son    2.  John.      1.  Eliz :  ux.  Joh'is  Blaudy.    3.  Frinies.  Eliz- 

&  heir  set.  19  A"  —    "   

^^^8-  3.  George.    2.  ilary  ux.  Tho.  Jordan.      4.  Martha. 

(Signed) 
John  Tipping. 


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Cranscript  of  0mim  in  tijt  earliest  iitfiisur 
of  ^Ijm  from  154.7  u  I603.* 

OnZ^^  "ames  ai-e  those  which  were  copied  from  earlier  entries  by  Order  of  the 

i^Ti^J.^^!r''''  ^^^"ed 

Emamiell. 
Anno  D'ni  1547. 

This  Booke  made  je  ^aie  of  October  in  the  yeare  of  the  Rai<-ne  fsicl  of 
our  Lorde  God  A  Thousand  ffive  Hundred  fourtie  Selven  oi^  th^i"  thit  hl^^^ 
Been  Christened  in  the  Parishe  Ohurche  of  Shere  in  the  Countie  of  Surrey 

*' George  Parkhurst  was  Christened  \<=  xx*''  I>iip  of  An.mcf       fi  ,  r 


Anno  D'ni  1547. 
August      20    George  Parkhurst  sou  of  John  and  AUice 
beptember  10    John  Levet  son  of  Henry  and  IHice 
September  12    Elizabeth  Stone  daughter  of  AViUiam  and  Joan. 
Uctober     12    Katharine  Lawrence  d.  of  Robert  and  Margaret. 

Anno  D'ni  1548. 

May     3    Edwarde  Risbriger  sou  of  John  and  Katharyne. 
May     3    Edward  W  illotte  son  of  Edward  and  A^nes 
April]  10    Mabell  Symon  d.  of  Rvchard  and  Edithe. 
May     1    John  Chisman  s.  of  Richard  and  Elizabeth 
May    12    Armonell  Wood  d.  of  William  and  Ao-nc« 
March  18    Tnomas  White  s.  of  Thomas  and  illfce 
Septenaber  Sti^    Elizabeth  Chapman  d.  of  Richard  and  Elizabeth. 
August    24      Agnes  Parkhurst  d.  of  John  and  Allice. 

Anno  D'ni  1549. 

Sept.  20    John  Haniand  s.  of  Stephene  and  Allice 
Feb.    2    Margaret  Redfourth  d.  of  George  and  Margaret. 
Feb.  10    Agnes  Wood  d.  of  William  and  A-nes 
Feb.  28    Edward  Levett  s.  of  Henry  and  .jSan. 


Anno  D'ni  1550. 
Jan.  20    Edward  Weekes  s.  of  John  and  Alice 
Jan.  26    Allice  Ellis  d.  of  .John  and  Edithe 
Mar.    6    Elm  Eliote  d.  of  Henrv  and  Elizabeth. 
.Mar.    9    John  Chapman  s.  of  Thomas  and  Joan 


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Anno  D'ni  1551. 

April  6  Marriun  Kirrell  d.  of  Edward  and  Julian. 

April  14  Agnes  Robins  d.  of  John  and  :\rar£jaret. 

May  10  John  Redfourthe  s.  of  Georo-e  and  Maroaret. 

Sept.  24:  Agues  Stone  d.  of  John  and  Ao-ne^. 

Sept.  -29  Henry  Cuctell  s.  of  John  and  Elizabeth. 


Anno  D'ni  1552. 

Jan.    3  George  AYekes  s.  of  John  and  Allice. 

Feb.    4  AUice  Seaman  d.  of  Nicholas  and  Elizabeth. 

Feb.  in  Margaret  Sheirlocke  d.  of  Richard  and  Joan. 

Feb.  17  George  Gac-ton  s.  of  Oliver  and  Joan. 

Feb.  18  Edward  .Symond  s.  of  John  and  Joan. 

Feb.  24  John  Risbriger  s.  of  John  and  Joan. 


Anno  D'ni  1553. 

Jane  11  Dorothie  Hamond  d.  of  Stephen  and  Allice. 

April  12  Katharine  Parkhurst  d.  of  John  and  Allice." 

June  17  John  Gatton  s.  of  John  and  Margaret. 

July  22  Margery  Chennell  d.  of  John  and  Margaret. 

July  30  Jeames  Sawyer  s.  of  John  and  Agnes.  ° 

Sept.  27  Allice  Warner  d.  of  Richard  and  Allice. 

Oct.  27  Allice  Stone  d.  of  Richard  and  Joan. 

Xov.  10  John  Maidman  s.  of  Xicholas  and  Maro-ery 

Nov.  11  John  Elis  s.  of  John  and  Edith. 

Dec.  22  John  ffraunces  s.  of  Oliver  and  Joan. 

Dec.  25  George  Hamond  s.  of  Henry  and  Joan. 


Anno  D'ni  1554. 

April  24  John  Levet  s.  of  Henry  and  Joan. 

April  25  Rafe  Stone  s.  of  Humfrie  and  Joan. 

May  25  George  Mower  s.  of  John  and  Pleasanco. 

Oct.  20  Edward  Parkhurst  s.  of  John  and  Allice. 

Nov.  14  Edmund  Lawrence  s.  of  Roberte  and  Mar'->-rret 

^lar.  16  Henry  White  s.  of  Thomas  and  Allice 


Anno  D'ni  1555. 

April  10  Katharine  Redfourth  s.  of  George  and  Mar^^aret 

April  10  Elizabeth  Fuller  d.  of  Henrv  and  Elizalietlf 

April  10  Elizabeth  Wood  d.  of  William  and  A^'-ne? 

April  12  John  Estmau  s.  of  John  and  Kacharine 

May    1  Mr  Reynolde  Braye  s.  of  Sir  Edward  and  Elizabeth. 

Sept.  23  Edward  Gorman  s.  of  Robert  and  Allice 


Anno  D'ni  1556. 

i  n fo  Watfourth,  born  and  christened,  d.  of  Richard  and  Allice 

April  13  George  Mowyer  s.  of  John  and  Pleasaunce 

May  18  John  Turner  s.  of  William  and  Katharine 

June  12  John  Huyt  s.  of  Thomas  and  .Joan. 

July  10  Robert  Seaman  s.  of  Nicholas  and  Elizabeth. 

Aug.  20  Joan  Morres  d.  of  Walter  aad  A'nies. 


1'68   .  MISCELLANEA  GeKEAI.OGICA  ET  HEIIALUICA. 

Anno  D'ni  ]557. 
Jan.  20    Magdalene  Kellsey  d.  of  Thomas  and  A -nes. 

90    cT^'  Redfuurth  ye  younger,  s.  of  George  and  Marcravet. 
i  u   ,  J    g.^^-'S*^  Steven  s.  of  Jolm  and  Joan. 

M.;  I?.   M    P/^f"'^''        '^^'^'^  Elizabeth. 
Mar.  20    Mary  Fuller  d.  of  Henry  and  Elizabeth. 

Anno  D'ni  1558. 
May    1    Agnes  Maideman  d.  of  Robert  and  A^nes 
June  20    John  Levet  s.  of  Oliver  and  Joan  ° 
Jnly  JO    Elizabeth  Symoud  d.  of  John  and  Joan 
Aug.  .0    Joan  Parson  d.  of  Barthoiomewe  and  Allice. 
Oct.  18    Oliver  ^Vatfourth  s.  of  Richarde  and  Allice. 

Anno  D'ni  1559. 
July  15    Mary  Redfourth  d.  of  George  and  Margaret. 

Anno  D'ni  15b'0. 
April  10    Joan  Steare  d.  of  Thomas  and  Elizabeth. 
Oct.  10    John  Chennell  s.  of  John  and  A<^nes 
Aov.  10    Joan  E^vart  d.  of  Steven  and  Joan 
Dec.  13    Henry  ffrighte  s.  of  Hnmfrey  and  Elizabeth. 

Anno  D'ni  1561. 
Jan.  20    Thomas  Kellsey  s.  of  Thomas  and  Agnes. 
F.h  9.  of  Thomas  and  Agnes. 

Feb.  23    Richard  Pa,khursts.  of  John  and  Allice. 

June   8    Allice  Clercke  d.  of  Thomas  and  Allice.  ^ 
June  10    Edward  Frauncs  s.  of  John  and  Elizabeth 
^0Y.  2/    Margaret  Chennell  d.  of  John  and  Arnie'*  ' 


Anno  D'ni  1562. 

Oct.     i  Margaret  AVillotd.  of  .John  and  A-nes 

Aov.  2^  Mary  \\  ater  d.  of  Morris  and  Agnes 

IJec.    2  Jo  in  Lippescombes.  of  Thomas  and  .Joan. 

Dec.    b  A  hce  Maydman  d.  of  Robert  and  A-ne^ 

Dec.  2o  Join  Mabanckes.ofJohnandMar-arefc 

Jan.    4  John  Brooker  s.  of  Robert  and  Marv' 

Mar.    .  J^^;--;^es.^An^^^^ 

vtl'  \i  V f  ^^--^holomew  and  Joan. 

Ma  '  -  0  ,^;^^°^^'^^.|^evet  d.  of  Oiyver  and  Joan. 

Jlai .  JO  1  homas  Clercke  s.  of  Thomas  and  Allice. 


{To  he  continued.) 


illSCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  EX  HERALDICA.  iG'J 

SitJrntia  to  xijt  pnntctj  ©kiitadxins  of  mmt): 
ivonx  llarlttan  JH^.  io76  iii  tijt 

Conlinucd  from     141.  •  ■ 


[Harl.  ]076,  fos.  172  and  173.] 

The  Armes  are  in  the  Visitaco  of  London. 

2°  Ux.yTho.  Dyke  de  Pepeubury  [Pemburj]  in  com.  Kauc.=f=P  Uxor. 
I  I 


Zn'il^r^^x'"  ^^J'^'rf^  l>yke^[Dorothyda.ofHenry  j 

son  Kectoi  ot    J«ewman     ^ot     Ton-     Capt.  of  a  foot    Jav  of  London.  AW./-  ! 
bridge  Kent*].  Company  in 

London  5  son 


Frant  in  Sus 
sex. 


Jay  of  Loudon,  Alder- 
maii.j] 


John. 

—  Tollbridge 
Robert.  Kent*]. 


.[ofV[Ehz.  da.  of  John  Cooper  Eliiail. 

■  Fanckhurst  of  Trogers   

in  com.  Sussex.*]     °  Dorothy. 


issue  see  "Vis.  of  Kent,"  1663-6.]  Sar; 


^'1  1 

Anne. 

Henry. 

Mary  ux. 

Rich- 

Ric. Maj- 

ard. 

uard  of 

Suss. 

Elizab. 

Robert  I)yke  2  son  of=Ann  da.  &  h.  uf  Nieh.  Tho.  Dyke  of=:.Ja.,e  da.  A  coh.  of 
U  estwick  m  CO.  Lbor.    Starkey  of  Chesh.  Horham  in       Tlio.     W'alsh  of 

CO.  Suss.  Horham. 


I  I  I 
John. 

Charles. 

Tliuma.s. 


Judith. 
f:iizab. 


[Abraham  Thomas  2  [Heir  Herbert  J )vke  of 
died  10  of  brother  Her-  Horliam  Lan^ley 
Octr.  1632  bert  at  whose  &  Breade  iirc(). 
Inq.  P.M.  death  lie  was  Suss.  [Heir  of 
U  April  aged  IS  vrs.  3  brother  Abraham 
9  Chas.       months  19  at   whose  death 

(1633).f]     days:]:].  he  was  18  yrs. 

5  montiis.  Died 
29  Sept.  1C37|]. 


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Rob.  Ed- 
wardes. 

Sara. 

Elizab. 


*  "  Visitation  of  Kent,  1663—6."  (Rarl  Soc.) 
t  ji^''tation  of  L-jndon,  1633."  (ffarl.  Soc.) 
+    Sussex  luq.  Foot  2Iorteni."    {Sussex  Eecord  Soc.) 


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[Harl.  1076,  fos.  17G^  177,  178,  212,  212«.^ 
AKiis.—Sab!e,  a  griffm  segreant  ermine,  armed  or. 
OREST.— .-1  derat-gnffin  ermine,  armed  or 

I'ulco  Baliard  20  Ed.  3  tenuit  quartam  parcem=p 
unius  feodi  militis  in  Sandhurst  (fol.  166).  J 

Geirg-e  Ballard  seraant  to  Richard  2  of  Horton  ueere  Canterbury  in  Kenfc.^ 

Grelorj*  Ballard.  Gregory  de  Horton  prop'e=^= 
Parochiara  de  Chartham  iu  Comitatu  Kautij.  T 


&  h.  ot  Roger.        of  Lewis  com.  Sussex, 
dyed  sans  issue.     Smede.  ton  'aid-  of  


Digby. 


Jo.  Edwards  of  Deving-T-.  .      da    of        Fril-  ,  i  p  i  ,  ' 

ton  in  CO.  Kent.        °  7  "  •  •  f_  ot        Edua  d  Bal-  =  .  .  .  .  da.    Tho.  Bal 


plant. 


-icam-        lardofWini-    &  '  l',ei,'e    l„,d  of 


I  —  I  ■  "''    Line.  2 

Anoe  sole  da.   Boade. 


:^n,,:  ^™„„,,„„  :j,^tsi;"  i??L«y''°- 

chtef  azure  five  bezants  or.  c\ 


lard. 

B 


*  In  one  place  he  h  described  as  George. 


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cl 


Hen  IV 
Ballard. 


C^sS;"r^      Wanswortb  in^Ann  da.  of  Edm.  Bn.sy  of  Hador 
■  in  CO.  Liiicolu. 


Mary  sisc.  of=pTho.  Ballard  of  Wad-=pMarj  da.  &  cob  of  Jo 

m  >ent.     2    (1624).    I„q.  P.M.  at 
I  Pei: worth   6   April  1 
i  Chas.    (1625).  Will 
 }  dated  li  Dec.  1622*1. 


of  Jo.  Spencer  of  Cas- 
tle Ashby  in  com. 
iVorthton  [widow  of 
John  White  of  North- 
iamj. 


2.  Richird  Bal- 
lard of  Laraber- 
hurst. 

8.  Stephen  Bal- 
lard. 


Eliz.=[William 
Clagett.] 


Tho.  Ballard  of  Wad-: 
hurst  a5tatis  15  auore 
hoc  anno  1619  [aged 
20  yrs.  8  months  6 
days,  6  April  1  Chas.*] 


=  Ann  da.  of 
Sir  Xath. 
Napper. 


I  I 

Richard  2. J 
Wra. 


Martha  ux. 
Abrah. 
Haynes  oi 
London 
Merchant. 


(To  be  continued.) 


©nfiinal  Grants  of  Srins  in  tfje  ^BiMit 
Eecor^  ©ftittJ 

GRAXT  OF  AUMS  TO  JOH.yT^d  OF  LONDON,  GENT.,  1559. 


!  P-^-    i'^^-^sex  Hecor-d  Societ,^.)  +  Th.^     •    t  w 

I  IfrJr,   >sov  RiflnrH  \i-  n  '  1  nomas  in  luq.  P.\I 


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kni'whfc  als.  Garter  Priiicvpall  Kiiige  of  Arines  send  Greeting  in  o'"  Lorde  God 
everlasting.    That  forasmuclie  as  auncientlj  from  ttie  begvnnjng  the  val.vant  & 
Yc-rtuous  actes  of  worthy  parsons  liaue  byne  contented  to"^ye  Wo'i'Ide  &  posteritie 
with  sondry  ^Monuments  &  Remenibrauncs  of  theire  good  deserts  Emouno-st  the 
w-^'"  ibe  chefTest  i.  moste  usaall  hath  byne  y^  bearing  of  Signes  in  Sheildes°called 
Armes  benig  Demonscracions  &  tokens  of  prowes  &  valior  dyverslye  distribntod 
according  to  ye  qualities  &  deserts  of  the  p'sons  raerytiiig  the  same  to  the  intente 
y'  suche  as  by  tlieire  vertues  doe  adde  and  showe  forth  to  the  advaniicement  of  the 
Comon  weale  the  shyne  of  theire  good  lyfe  &  conversacion  in  davlv  practice  of 
things  worthy  &  comendable  maye  therfore  receaue  due  honor  in  "theire  lyves  & 
also  deryue  &  contynewe  the  same  successively  to  theire  posteritie  for  everEmoun"- 
the       nomber  John  Weld  gentelman  &  haberdassher  of  London  the  sonne  of  John 
Weld  gent,  of  Eton  in  com'  Chester  who  was  the  sonne  of  John  Weld  o-ent  of  Eton 
the  w'^'i  John  was  the  sonne  of  Edward  Weld  gent'  of  Eton  in  the  County  aforesavd 
descended  of  worshipfull  Lynadge  &  his  Auncesters  being  the  bearers  of  theise 
tokens  and  Armes  of  Honor  and  yet  thorowe  longe  tyme  not  used  whereby  they  are 
almoste  growen  oute  of  memory  &  not  knowing  howe  or  in  what  manner  liis  said 
auncesters  did  use  &  beare  y«  same  nor  what  Crest  or  cognisaunce  therunto 
beiongeth  hath  instantly  required  me     sayde  Garter  Principal  Kinge  of  Armes  to 
assigne  &  sett  forthe  to  hym  &  his  posterytie  theire  sayde  Auncient  Armes  So  as 
he  &  they  maye  lawfully  beare  y^  same  w«'oute  y^  p'iudice  or  aflence  to  any  other 
pson  In  consideraco  wherof  &  for  a  forther  declaracion  of  the  Antiquitye  of 
sayde  John  Weld  gent'  &  at  his  instant  request  I  have  assigned  Ratified  confirmed  & 
sett  forth  to  hym  &  his  posterytie  theis  their  said  auncyent  Armes  with  Helme 
mantell  Torse  &  Crest  to  be  borne  in  mano^  &  forme  herein  declared  videlicet  Azure 
a  fece  nnde  betwen  3  Cressannts  ermyn  a  border  Argent,  And  to  his  Crest  vpon  a 
helme  on  a  force  azure  &  argent  A  AVeyver  passant  sabie  gutted  &  winged  w'^  a 
chayue  or  Armed  <fc  Langued  gules  manteled  gules  dubled  argent  as  more  plavnlv 
appeareth  Depicted  in  this  Margent  All  w^i'  saide  Armes  &  Crest  &  every  part  & 
pcell  thereof  I  y^  saide  Garter  Princvpal  Kinge  of  Ai-mes  by  power  &  Aucthority  of 
my  office  to  me  comytted  by  Lers  Pattent  under  the  Greate  Scale  of  Ent^iand  liave 
assigned  confirmed  geven  &  graunted  unto  hym  &  his  posterytie  forever  &  he  & 
tliey  y=  same  to  have  holde  use  beare  &  shewe  forth  in  Shielde  Cote  Irmouror 
otherwise  at  his  and  their  own  Liberty  &  pleasure  withowte  the  ympediment  lett 
uiterruption  or  disturbaunce  of  any  other  p'son  or  p'sons  In  witnes  wherof  I  the  <aied 
Garter  princypall  King  of  Armes  have  signed  tfieis  presents  with  mv  owne  haude 
and  heareunto  haue  put  the  Scale  of  my  ottice  together  with  the  Seah/of  my  Irines 
Dated  the  Twenty  eaighte  of  January  &  in  the  second  veare  of  the  raione  of  our 
souaigne  Lady  Queene  Elizabeth  Qneeiie  of  England  flVaunce     Treland  Defender 
ot  the  ffaith  &c.  and  m  the  yeare  of  our  Lorde  God  one  Thowsaiide  fwe  hundr-th 
fyftye  Nyne. 

[The  seals  are  gone,  but  the  signature  of  Detliiuk  lemains.  The  shield  in  "  this 
Margent  '  lias  a  crescent  on  the  arms  and  crest  for  difference,  thou-h  not  o-iven  in 
the  grant.]  °  ° 

[There  is  a  grant  to  John  Weld  of  Eton,  dated  1502,  see  on/c,  Yol.  L,  n,  in 
wliere  the  arms  are  given  without  thu  burdure. — Ej).] 


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173 


S,nntiiin  pc^trjrtf^  anti  Coats  of  3i'ms 

FROM  ADD.  ^[S.  55^53  AND  IIARL.  MS.  um. 

Continued  from  p.  129. 

^Hanson, 

[Harl.  :MS.  ]09G,  fos.  llC"  an.l  117.1 
[For  Pedigree  see  "  Visitation  of  .London,  iCsV'  p.  13.] 
Yniuersis  ct  singulis  tarn  nobilibns  quam  Generosis  ad'quos  pw-^ente.  litere 
peruenennt  Johannes  Borough  Miles  Auratus  Garter  Princ  pal      t      r  n  urn 
Ang^ieorun.  salute  c.nn  ex  mukiplici  fide  di.norum  Lestin,.,,,  ,,  liq,  hk)  a  ^ 
quod  Johannes  Allansou  de  Xorwood  in  com.  Middlesex!.^  prol.is  ac  in-renil  rtus 
parencbus  ob  vua3  morumq  ;  integriratem  necnon  faeultaln'  su.u-a'  u7h  t^i^^^^^ 
d.^gnus   cenceatur,  qui   Insignijs   Arnioru'   deeoretur.    i:-.,   praMic   s   G  e 
Principalis  Eex  Armorum  Anglicorum  vigore     virtute  oflicij  n'ei  -iden  J.  1  aun 
Allanson  Scntu- hoc  Armoru' cun.  Crista  dedi  consessi  et  Contirnuu  i  v"]     '  t 
ceruleo  Scuimi  Argenteinn  ocio  Quadrrfolijs  de  aura  cinnndaUnn.      1^     %  1 
superwrem  Gr.phs  partem  AUs  expan.ls  de  Ni^jro  collo  hinis  „nnvUs  Jnnimd  l^ 
nnclo:^uper  To>-<i^^,n  de  Auro  <h  cervdco  una  cum  Ladni,.  de  Uuhro  nnn  1 
[aurodeleteclj  duphcatisprout  in  margine  clarius  depictn' c-rnitur  (^lod  quid  u 
Scutum  &  Cristam  Ego  anted.cfcus  Garter  eiden.  Johanni  All.nsun  L  haM^ibu 
sui.  de  Cori-ore  suo  Ipgicune  procreatis  do  &  cunccdo      confirnjo  per  pra-.ntes 
saluo  lure  cuiuslibet.  ^     1  ut..Liices 

lu  cuius  rei  testimoniu'  his  Uteris   manu   niea  Si-natis  sigillu'  ufficii  mei 
,^^^^™I^«"^-"18"'lieJanuarij  anno  Domini  n.iliesimo  sexcentes  mo 
tugesmw  tertio  annoq  ;  regni  serenissimi  Domini  nostri  Caroli  Dei  -ru'  Anoliai 
Scotije  Fraucia  et  Hiberniffi  Regis  fidei  Defuisoris,  etc.,  nono.  ° 

Johannes  P>orough  miles  Garterus 
Principalis  Rex  Armoram  Anglicoru'. 


[Harl.  MS.  109fi,  fo.  8j\] 
Arms.— ^-r/H/^f,  on  a  pnh  gvhs  a  cross  Jlory  or,  on  a  chief  salde  a  hiUet  of  the  third 
tcitfim  a  mascie  hetirefn  tiro  escallops  an/rid.  ' 

Robert  Aveuon  of  King's  Xurton  in  co.  Worcester.:^ 
I 

Elizabeth  d.m.  t.^^Sir  Alexander  Avenon  Ir.,nm.mger=Alice  dau.  &  heire  to  Tho 
Jo.blou'otlvinss  MaK.rof  London  1.^7(.  maried  to  Hntchin  widdow  to  Jo. 
Won  ob.  .  Junj  ,  his  ;y'  wife  A?nes  Sampton  [wi.iou-    Rlundeli  and  before  him  to 

r,  oL^l''l''T  I'-'f^'""'' ifughMeth«-old.  Shedied 

Arms:  Or,ona  loio  k  buried  at  Sc.  .Michael  in  21   Nov    1571  fPtati^  fi 

fissgrdes  Mu:een  the  Qa...r,:o  7  Jan.  ir.7s.,.*    „e  [ma?  to'si^^  Alex  Ueno^ 

three  pommies  a  huvm]  _at  >t.  Peter  s  Cheap  17  Julv  -J-J  Oct'  1570*  &  bur  at  Sc 

ar^quefoil  pierced  lo.^u.-  Lawrence  .Jewry  2.5  Nov' 

[ermirip]   hefireen       Arms  of  Sampton  :  ,7  l')74*1 

tico  martteh  or.  fiss  l^^tu-een  threr  rh.ss  rooks  sabte       Arms  :    Sahte,  a  toirer 

A  three  martlets  or.  iripte-towered  argent. 
*  All  Hallows,  Bread  Street,  London,  He-isters.    {Harl.  Soc,) 


174 


I  I  1 

Uninffj. 

Aiuliony. 

Ricliard. 
all  s.p. 


MISCELLANEA  GEKEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 
A  I 


Alexander  Avenon=f^Maro-oiy  duur 
^OQ  and  heire  mar.    to      .  .  Can-  Thomas 
Clenkin  dan.  to  Sir    1  wife  [m.  29  Starkey 
Ja.  Harvev  Kt.        Ouf  ]  570*1. 


Jone  wife  to     Alice  wife  to  Jo. 

Faringtou  Cloth- 
worker  [m.  6  Jan. 
1561-2*1. 


Skinner 


J,  ill        ~  ~ 

I  nomas  Avenon  ob.s.p.  fbant 

19  Dec.  15S5*]. 

[FJiz.  bapt.  23  Apl.  1587.*] 

William  Avenon  of  London 
Goldsmith. 

Anne  wife  to  Peter  Penkevill 
of  Cornwall. 


Alexander 
Avenon 
[bap.  11 
Apl. 

lo71'^  see 
-Vis.  of 
London, 
1568  "J. 


Alexander.  Mary. 


Mat  hew. 
Thomas. 
Elizabeth, 


Anne. 
Jone. 


I  I  I  I  I  I 
Alexander. 

John. 

Thomas. 

Elizabeth. 

Mirabell. 

IMarj. 


[Harl.  MS.  1096,  fo.  137.J 
[Eai-lier  generations  and  arms  printed  in  "Vis.  of  Somerset,  1G23."] 
Samnel  Averyt  of  Enfeild  Esep^^Mariabella  d.  of  .  .  .  .  [BennetJ  Miles. 


I  T~       "  \  \  -, 

Dudley  Avery  Esq.  Ayery==Susan  da.  Catherine  ux.  Miriaholla  Chrili.n 

mar  [Anne;]  da.  of  Enfield  |  of  Giles  Lane  of  n.         n    n!  t 

of  John  AUin  of  inco.Mid-  '  Eyre  of  Cowley   n  Loci   o        ^V       '  . 

Wley  in  com.  dlesex.       j  Wh.    .  Com.^^lS.  J^E-^^ 

^  pji,.ish  in  Esq.  ter 

—  I  CO.  Wilts. 

I  ! 


Dudley  1.    Allen  2.  Samnell 


Snsan.  Catherine. 


*  All  Hallous,  Bread  Street,  London,  Registers,    (Rarl.  Soa  ) 

t  -Merchant  laylor,  apprenticed  to  liichard  Gore  5  Feb  1G09  free  1 1  F^l,  ir->i      a  i  i 

?6SindS:;noJ^MSSlSJS;^l^     Company  15  July  16.5 ;  M.P.  for  Lo^.^/i^^ 
J  "  Visitation  of  Berks,"  vol.  i.,  p.  156. 


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175 


[Add.  ilS.  5533,  fo.  44,  and  Harl.  MS.  1096,  fo.  17.] 
Arms.— Pfj-  saltire  azure  and  or,  a  saltire  coiqied  ermine 


Thomas  Backliuiise  ofWbitrige: 
iu  Cumberland. 


=  Ellen  da.  of  .Jolm  Parkins  of 
Hartelo  in  co.  Cumbei-land. 


[.  .  .  .  Wallers Xicliolas  Backhouse  Aldei--=pAnne  da.  of  Tho.  Cnrson  of  Croxhall 
n.n.  2  .ept.  n..  ^  Shonf  of  London  j  [De.^vsln,e  (avms  in  "\4tl;S;!^ 
loi-i.  J  10,8,  Grocer.  London,  15G8");  died  14  Dec.  1573.*] 


Sai-a  married  to 
XicFulwarfCoun- 
se]lor  at  Law  [bap. 
31  ]^^ch.  155C.mar. 
18  Jan.  1573*.] 


[Phebe,bap.  8  June  1557; 
died  2  Aug.  1558.*] 

[Deboi-a,bap.  1  Feb.  1  5G1 ; 
died  20  Sept.  1563.*] 


I  I 

Mary  married  Samuel  Back-= 

to  Burlacj  house  eldest 

[bap.  25  April  .son  [bap.  18 

1563*].  Xov,  1554*]. 


Sir  John  Backhouse  Knt.    Xicholas.  William. 


I  I  '  ^ 

[Richard  Rowland  Backhouse$--[Eliz.]  Da.  of  [Bartholomew]  Barron 

bap   14  Aldenm.n  of  London    [Barnes  of  St.  Swithin's,  London, 

Ao\.  ob.    164;-,    rbapt.    y  .  Citizen  &  fiercer.    See  Pedio-ree  of 


Miles 
[bap. 
Nov. 

1559*].      1560.*]      July  1564*] 


Bai'nes,  anie,  NewSerie.*,  Vol.  I.^p.  78.] 


John 
eldest 
1648. 


Backhouse 
sou  dveil 


Xicho]as=f=Xtian  Da.  of  .lohn 
2ud  son.    Wihiams  of  Lon- 
don vide  folio  .... 
[139]. 


[Margaret  mar.  [Eliz.  mar. 

Win.  Garraway  Thomas 

of  London  Jfer-  Wiseman. HI 
chant.§]  ' 


Sir  William  Backhouse  Baronet.  Elizabeth. 


(To  be  continued.) 


•  All  Hallows,  Honey  Lane,  Ee^isters.    (Sari.  Soc) 

t  See  lun  Cert    ante,  "  Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,"  New  Ser.,  I.,  p.  326. 
31Ma?Tr^  riiin^  rf'p^-^r'''  Treasurer  of  IrisI,  Society  1615,  Alderman  of  Qaeenhithe 
hL^:^;.tTMf  ^i2.ar,e.i  a. 

S  ^  v  isitation  of  London,  1033-5"  and  "  Visitation'of  Surrev  16-^3 

ii     V  isitation  of  Essex,"  Tol.  i.,  p.  528. 


.-.    \  r\l    f  I.'  V' 


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MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDIGA. 


GENEALOGICAL  EXTRACTS  FRO.^I  S.TXTEENTII-CEXTURY  WILLS 
JX  THE  COXSISTORY  COURT  AT  CANTERBURY.* 

VOLUME  XlU.-couluweJ. 

.1        ^u-  of  Aldington.    To  be  buried  in  the  churchy  aid 

here.  His  wife.  His  mother.  Wills  all  his  lands  and  tenements  in  Aldington 
to  his  children  to  be  divided  jointly  among  them.    Dated  8  July  1520. 

T  ^''^^'^^  Lychfeld.    To  Edward  son  and  heir  unto  his  son  William 

Lychfeld,  deceased,  all  manner  of  title  and  right  in  the  manors  of  Bettsano-er  and 
Westcort  with  the  appurtenances  and  also  his  lauds  at  Rolling,  and  to  the  heirs  of 
his  body  lawfully  begotten.  Remainder  to  his  son  Gregory  Lychfeld  in  like  tail 
Remainder  to  his  3  daughters  Alyce  Cokks,  Joane  Rutter  and  Betryne  Wolett  in 
like  tail  lo  Edward  son  of  his  daughter  .Joane  Rutter  his  lands  at  Xapcestre 
frely  with  their  charge  of  rent  for  the  which  he  receives  yerely  10  quarters  of  barlev 
ihe  residue  of  all  his  lands  and  tenements  lying  within  the  co.  of  Kent  or 
dsewhere  not  being  intailed  he  wills  unto  his  son  GTCgore  Lychfeld  in  tail  oeueral 
-  Eemainder_  to  Edward  Lychfeld  before  mentioned  in  like  tail.  Remainder  to  his 
daughters  in  like  tail.  Roger  Woletfc  son  of  his  daughter  Betryce  deceased 
thZ^  'leceased.    He  wills  if  he  dye  ac  Dover  to  be  buried  in  the  Masondew 

there.    Dated  24  .June  iih  of  K.  Hen.  VIIL 

fo  72.  Thomas  Steward.  To  be  buried  in  Heme  Churchyard.  Wife  Joan. 
Dau.  Llynor.    Son  Powle.    Proved  21  Feb.  1520-1. 


fo  /7.  JnoiiAS  TWYSDEN  of  Newendeo.  His  body  to  be  buried  in  the 
churchyard  there.  Joane  his  wife.  Joane  and  Benet  his  daughters.  A<^nes  his 
youngest  daughter.  Isabel  his  daughter.  The  children  of  his  son  John.  He  wills 
uU  his  lands  and  tenements  to  his  sons  John  and  Thomas  and  their  heirs  for  ever 
after  the  decease  of  his  said  wife.  Lord  Dacre,  Lord  of  the  Manor  of  EwehersD^ 
Dated  22  iSov.  lo21.    Proved  26  Feb.  followinc^. 


fo.  102.  .John-  Dodde  of  Aldington.  Lands  in  Aldington  and  Smeth  called 
Holmes  to  son  of  which  his  wife  may  be  pregnant,  failing  which  to  dau-hter 
hloysshe.  If  his  daughter  die  before  the  said  age  of  IS  years  without  lawful  f-sue 
then  one  moiety  of  the  profits  of  above  lands  for  an  obit  in  the  Church  of  Wve 
and  the  other  moiety  to  the  Church  of  Aldington  for  an  obit  and  for  the 
reparation  of  the  Church  for  ever.    Dated  Sept.  1518.    Proved  IG  June  15-^-> 


fo.l07.  Alexander  HiKKS.  To  be  buried  in  Heme  Churchyard.  Dauo-hter 
Elenor  wife  of  Richard  Jode  and  their  daughter  Plesaunce.  Daughter  Cecilie 
wife  of  Thomas  Cousaunt,  " 


*  Continued  from  p.  137. 


illSCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALBICA.  177 

rJ^'y^^^'^-  GosEBOi-RKE  Of  the  parish  of  St.  Alphe  in  the  City  of 

Canterbiuy  Gcntyhiian  and  Aklermau  of  Burgate  Ward  of  the  said  citv.  "His 
body  to  be  buried  id  the  Chapel  of  onr  Lady  before  her  Imaoe  iu  the  said  Church. 
Kaxhernie  and  Apes  his  wives.  Edward  his  son.  Anne  and  Margaret  In's 
w  f  f  nP  p'"  1  ^Y^^'^'i'  ^-'I'S^^^'  "i^^-'-i^d  to  Edward  Gay.  Agnes  his  daughter, 
wife  of  Puehard  Ilardyng.  _  Alyce  Symon  his  daughter.  Master  Robert  Gosbionrne 
his  brother  His  lands  in  tlie  City  of  Canterbnrv,  in  the  parishes  of  Suave, 
lllfn  -A  ^fr  ^^^^^""^1  Pe^^™'  Walthani,  Hackyngton,  Wingham,  Good^ 
nestone  and  Monkton  in  the  Isle  of  Thanet.  Dame  Ursula  his  daughter,  a  Nun  in 
onZ7,  Z       ^T.f  He  wills  that  Edward  hfs  son  when  he 

comes  to  the  age  of  22  years  shall  have  all  his  said  lands  and  tenements  in  the  said 
city  and  m  the  said  co.  of  Lent  to  him  and  his  heirs  for  ever,  and  if  it  shall 
happen  that  his  said  son  should  dye  before  the  age  of  22  years,  then  he  wills  that 
his  lands  ana  tenements  in  Haek.ngton,  Wyngham  and  Goodnyston  and  in  the  said 

^W^'  H  '  '-^  ^^^'"'1       P^^'^^  (among  other  bequests  and 

chanties  therein  mennoned)  to  the  Maior  and  Co'altie  of  the  city  of  Canterbury 
20  mark  towards  t^^he  reparation  of  the  walls  of  the  said  city  at  such  place  or  places 
as  the  Abbat  ot  Austin  s  and  Maire  for  the  time  being  will  assigne,  and  that 
the  said  Maire  and  Co  a  tie  receive  not  this  his  bequeath  and  -yfte  unless  they  put 
m  sufticient  suretie  to  bestow  according  to  his  will  and  mind  immediately"after 
receiving  the  same.  And  if  his  said  son  marry  after  he  is  20  years  of  a-e  and 
dye  before  he  is  22  then  he  wihs  that  his  lands  and  tenements  shall  i-emain 
to  such  issue,  but  If  he  dye  before  the  age  of  22  leaving  no  issue,  then  he  wills 
h  .  said  lands  and  tenements  to  be  equally  divided  between  his  then  surviving 
daughters.    Dated  11  April  m  the  13th  year  of  K.  Hen  VIII 


fo.  113.  Alicia  Wood  widow,  daughter  and  heir  of  William  Wodlande.  To 
be  buried  in  the  churchyard  of  Holy  Cross,  Westgate,  near  the  tombs  or  burial 
S  n!Ll  her  ancestors  there.  She  wills  that  John  Eooper,  son  of  Alicia  her 
daiisrhter,  shall  have  immediately  after  her  decease  her  manor  of  Haghe  in  the  co. 

nfPllfj't^^^^^^^^^  of  St.Cosmusand  Damian 

of  B  eane  Wliitstaple  Hackynton,  \\ ye,  Westgate,  Rysheborne  and  Byshoppisborne 
or  elsewhere  in  co.  Kent  to  him  and  his  heirs  for  ever.  Benedict  sister  of  the 
Sihi'.v"  ^."7^/-  ,  J«'^«,?fPe';^brother  of  Thomas  Eooper,  husband  of  her 
daughter.    Dated  23  May  lo2l.    Proved  8  July  1522. 


fo.  118.  Richard  Regge.  To  be  buried  in  the  Church  of  St.  Nicholas  of 
Aewiugton,  near  Hyth,  in  the  pace  before  the  roode  n(xt  the  sete  where  he  is 
used  to  set.  He  wills  that  a  stone  of  marble  be  laid  on  his  grave  of  the  price 
of  403.  upon  which  there  be  graven  in  brass  the  pictures  of  him  and  his  3  wives 
and  his  daughter.    Dated  26  April  1521.    Pioved  30  Sept.  1522. 


fo.  121.  TH03IAS  Alyx.  To  be  buried  in  Reculver  Churchyard.  Wife  Alice. 
Sons  Alexander  and  Thomas.  Daughter  Joaue.  Thomas  Love,  Richard  Love  and 
Cristian  Love,  sons  and  daughter  of  my  wife.  Executors  wife  Alice  and  Thomas 
Paramore.    Alexander  Cobbe,  overseer.    Proved  20  Oct.  1522. 

[For  other  wills  of  Aleyn  of  Herne,  see  Archaologia  Cantiana,  vols,  xxviii., 
XXX.  and  xxxii.] 


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AVlLLIAil  FeITIPLACE  (l.j2.Sj  AND  UIS  WIFE  ELIZABETH. 
C'HILDEEV  C'IIUKCU. 


Dame  SrsAX  Kixges- 

TOX  (1540),  "TOAVESS." 
SHitSTON  ChCECH, 

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MuuDAUNT,  OF  TravEY,  Beds.    Mvuciiam  CurKCii,  Bkuks. 


-^^  JoHX  Fettiplace  (1602)  of  Uffington,  Beeks. 
Spaesholt  Chckch,  Berks. 


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iHoniuntntal  {}nscnptions  anlJ  li|eralDr?>  in 
annotattons  from  asaiUs,  ttc* 

34'    Sacred  to  the  meniorv  of  Mary  Axx  Povah,  the  beloved  wife  of  the 
Re\^  Ai.FRKD  Povah."  D.D..  Rector  of  this  parish.  Rural  Dean  of  the 
East  City.    Born  August  29''',  1817,  at  rest  January  3''^.  189(! 
Buried  at  Norwood  Cemetery. 
Tlie  Lord  shall  be  thine  everlasting  light.    Isaiah  Ix.,  v.  -20. 
\l<o  in  lovino-  memory  of  the  above  Rev^  Alfred  Poyaii,  D.D.,  who  erected 
this  tablet,  Born  February  21'\  1824,  at  rest  February  1901.   Crux  Janua  Cceli. 

From  a  mosaic  tablet  set  in  an  alabaster  border.  Above  tlie  inscription  are 
pictured  in  mosaic  three  angels  holding  a  scroll  with  the  words  "  Peace,  Perfect 
Peace  "  on  it.    On  the  north  wall. 


35.         Sacred  be  the  statue  here  raised  by  Gratitude  and  Respect 
to  eternize  the  memory  of  Siu  Andrew  Riccard,  Knt. 
A  citizen  and  opulent  merchant  of  London,  whose  active  Piety,  inflexible 
Inteo-ritv  &  extensive  Abilities  alike  distinguished  and  exalted  Hun  in  the  Opinion 
of  the  'WHse  and  Good.    Adverse  ro  his  Wish,  he  was  frequently  chosen  Chairman 
of  the  Honorable  East  Lidia  Company,  and  filled  with  Credit,  for 
eighteen  successive  years,  the  same  eminent  Station  in  the  Turky  Company. 
Among  many  Inscances'of  his  Love  to  God  and  liberal  spirit  towards  Man  one,  as  it 
demands  peculiar  praise,  deserves  to  be  recorded.    lie  nobly  le  t  he 
Perpetual  Advowson  of  this  Parish  in  Trust  to  five  of  its  senior  Inhabitants. 
He  died  the  G"^  of  Sep"^  In  the  year  of  our  Lord  1G72  of  his  Age  t)S. 
Manet  post  Funera  Virtus 
En  Andream  Riccardum  Eq.  Aur. 
Civen  Londinensem  &  Mercatorum  Spleudidissimum 
Yirum  pietatis  in  Deum  Insigms 
Probitatis  Erga  Homines  Eximia3 
Existimationis  apud  omnes  Snmmae 
In  negotiis  maxime  Publicis  Agendis  sedulitatis  Indefessce  _ 
In  muneribus  quibusvis  obeundis  pradentise  simul  &  lutegntatis  inaximaj  ; 
Societatis  Indicae  Prtesidem,  stepuis  Invitum 
Societatis  vero  (uti  vulgo  dicitur)  Tnrcicse  Per  octodecim  Annos  ^^"^^"p^^^g^^^^^ 

Ad  illius  itaq.    Memoriam  Societate  illi  prtesertira  Pergratam 
X  Monumentura  Hoc  ei  Honorifica3  Extruendum 

Impensis  suis  Ilia  ipsa  Curavit  Societas. 
Corpus  ejus  superior!  fedis  parte 

intra  Cancellos 
Ab  Australi  Latere  Mensse  SacrJE 
Inscripto  sub  Marmore  Depositum  est 

Ubi  monnraentum  hoc 
Propter  loci  Augustias  statui  iion  possifc 
obiit  C'°  Septembris 
rSalutislG72 
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«    .       '  -.  Street,  Burial  Reo-ister. 

^atS'^nUlh^t  J::t:^i7^'^:^'''%  -.d  merchant  of  London.  Will 
personal  estate  accordii  o  fo  tl    l  ud.  b  ,    n' •       T  >    n^'"''^'  ^'"'•^l 
half  of  lands  and  tenements  etc     l' o  1  ol^^^^^^^^^^^  ^-"^^on.  also  one 

and  one  hnndred  onnces  of  phte  witl         ^  horses,  etc.. 

paying  the  rent  of  £100  per  a  mm  V;  hVm  T  t>°"''  ^^'''^  J^'''^^  ^^^e 
Dorset  half  the  rents  of  tte  f  ^^f  Port     n  '  ^''^1  ^''''^^'"^ 

second,  third  and  fourth  year  X^e  tator^  ^.H;  f^  h  '^^epleton  for  the 
children.    To. only  dauo-hter  Ci  ri  tinn  r  ^^^^^he  benefit  of  himself  and 

had  a  fair  portion  on        mar  ao^^^.d  ?o^^  consideration  she 

and  g-odson  John  Berkeley  al    residn    of  est  te  '^'ond  gv.ndson 

Sceepleton  and  Wincerbourn  St.  St  u's^^n  Portsham, 
then  to  third  grandson  Morris  ley  rem  d,  dor       ri''        ''''^''''^  ^^^"^ 

grandson  AVilliam  Berkeley.  To  only  Sr  rW^^^^^^^  i  'I'  youngest 
her  in  marriage  £4,000.  To  niece  SlL-fpwtr^  T^"'"  ^''^'^'^^  ^^dvanee 
her  marriage  £200.    To  tL    ^or  of^sf  Ohl   n  ^'''^ 

testator  has  long  lived,  £50.  Tfi'  D^ienn  rP  '  f^''^A  ^"  P'^^'i^^^ 
£50.    To  St.  ThomasHospital,  SoutVS.  i^^^O^^^^^^^^^^  ^'^'^5'  Street. 

Company  £100.  To  the  East  JndirCom mnf  I,  V,,,^"  P^"'  ^'^^  ^^''^^P^rs' 
added  to  the  almshouse  fitocl.^  n^eu  an?  L  v  n^^  r^^  be 
years.    Grandchildren  Cliarles  Job    Mo  V\  ^^'"'^"''^^  ^^^O  in  two 

residne  of  estate  eqnallv  as  theiVt  her  the  LorV  '     v'\  ^V"'"  "^''^''^'y 
agree.    Wife  executrix:  ^^'xu  jonn  iSerkeley  and  the  executrix 

Portsham  fiirm  let  on  lease  for  IQ  years  ^-icu^ 
on  wh.ch  is  a  charge  on  n  life  aged  0  ^ e     is  woJch  •'oo""^;- 
various  ventures,  and  lent.  '  '"^  '^ng  list  of  munov  in 

Proved  19  Sept.  1G72  by  Dame  Susanna  Puccard  the  relict. 
See  also  a  floorslab  to  Sir  Andrew  Riccard. 


36. 


Sacred  to  the  memory  of 
Ihe  Rev^^  Alfred  Poyah,  D.D. 


for  upwards  of  40  vears  R  ctor  of  "tb"^'''^'*-    "^Y''  ^^'^^ 

at  his  sole  cost  and  he  yah  ^1173       ,       '       '''''^''^  '"'^^ 

by  L  t  i  IT^  fT'\'''  afFecu-onate  remembrance  ^ 

Ble  sed  are  tb'  1        k'?        ^^'^  parishioners, 
i^ieiseci  aie  the  dead  which  die  in  the  Lord. 

From  a  brass  on  the  north  wall. 

^i^,  ^U.A.  Ib49  ;  and  after  holding  various  curacies  became 


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UqcIov  of  this  parish  on  27  December  ISGO.  He  was  the  author  of  "  The  Annals 
of  the  Parishes  of  St.  Ohive,  Hart  Street,  and  All  Hallows  Staining"  in  iu 
which  the  ::\ronnmental  Inscriptions  are  given  la  full,  but  without  any  annotations 
from  wills. 


37.  ^       D.O.  M.S. 

Viator  Commorare  Rima 
Ee  Mirare 

Christophorus  Jacobus  Elsseuhaimcr  ab  Elssenliaim 
iu  Preprunn  Junior  Welsensis  Anstrius  Generis  spleudore 
Vera  in  Deiim  religioue  pietate  in  Parentes  observantia 
in  superiores  charitate  et  comitate  in  quosias  vei-e 
Nobilissimus  juveuis  nobilaj  Familia?  Columen  Juventutis 
exemplar  artinm  et  b'uguarum  eognitionem  in 
signem  pro  divinis  ingenii  sui  dotibus  in  Ratisbonem- 
sium  Gymiiasio  Poetico  Altorfiana  Argentinensi  Basi- 
Ijensi  Leidensi  Academiis  acquisitam  peregi-inatio- 
nibus  adaucturus  hie  in  Anglia  ad  Angelofum  sanc- 
torum cEetum  avocalus  animan  suam  Christo 
^  Eedemptori  reddidit  corpus  vero  huic  solo  com'isit 
descderiuin  sui  tristissimum  omuibus  bonis  relinquens 
iuprimis  Parentibus  Christoplioro  Jacobo  Elseuhaimero 
ab  Elsenhaim  in  Preprunn  seniori  et  DorothejB  ex 
Nobili  Hendelioriim  familia  prosataj 
-     qui  Filio  Unice  unisoli  sonectiitl?  porcui  extremum  hoc 
quod  sibi  ab  illo  desideravere  animitus  amoris  mouu- 
mentum  inter  candidissimas  kcrvmas  statuerunt. 
Obiit  anno  iEratis  xxi  meu  jx  die  xxviii 
Anno  Christi  mdcxviii  die  yi  Aug. 
_  Xemo  nostrum  sibi  vivit  et  nemo  sibi  raoritur 
sive  enim  vivimus  Domino  vivimns  sive  morimur 
Domino  morimur  sire  ergo  vivimns  sive  morimur 
Domini  sumus.    Paufad  Rom.,  c.  14,  v.  17. 

Fill,  ad  Parent 
Vivo  fruor  tandem  veris,  ne  flete  Parentes, 
Deliciis,  ccelo,  posteritate,  Deo. 

From  a  monument  on  the  north  wall  with  Corinthian  pillars,  cherubims  and 
other  ornamentation,  also  a  shield  which  is  now  gone. 

St.  Olave,  Hart  Sti-eet,  Burial  Register. 
161G    Aug.  8    Christopher  Jacob  Elsmhajmer,  a  Gentleman  of  Germanic,  buried 
in  ye  chancel  close  by     vault  of  S'-  Jea.  Deaue. 

The  date  given  in  the  inscription  does  not  corresnond  with  the  date  <M'vcn  in 
the  bui-ial  register.  ° 


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EgHtlls  ot  t!)t  Sate  Jaiiulj).* 

(See  Tol.  II.,  New  Series,  pp.  488—491  ;  Vol.  I.,  Fourth  Series,  p.  192.) 


Anthoxy  Bate  of  Loxdox,  1598. 

Anthouie  Bate,  Citizen  and  Clothworker  of  Londou,  29  April  1598.  To  be 
buried  in  the  church  of  S'  Alkmund's  in  Derby.  All  mv  goods  to  be  divided  into 
three  equal  parrs  whereof  Anne  Bate  my  loving  wife'shall  have  one  equal  part 
according  to  the  Custom  of  London,  the  second  part  to  my  children,  to  sons  at  21 
and  to  danghtei-s  at  21  or  marriage,  etc.  If  all  die  their  parts  to  my  brethren 
^iathaniel  and  Edward  and  to  the  children  of  my  brethren  Thomas,  William  and 
Mat.thew  Bate.  To  the  repairs  of  the  highwavs  in  Little  Chester  26s.  Sil  To  my 
brother  William  £5.  To  my  brother  Matthew  a  ring  of  40s.  value.  To  my 
brother  Edward  £13  65.  Sd.  To  my  brother  Nathaniel  40s.  To  my  sister 
Ivatherine  40s.  To  my  brother  Richard  Scattergood  and  to  my  sister  Margery 
his  wife  40s.  To  my  brother  Benedict  Quarles  and  to  mv  sister  his  wife  40s.  °To 
my  nephew  Nathaniel  (my  bi'other  Robert  his  son)  408."  To  my  brother  Thomas 
Bate  £20  towards  the  payment  of  his  debts  in  Derby  and  Little  Chester.  To  ray 
cozen  Thomas  Bate  1  Os.  To  the  poor  of  the  Company  of  Clothworkers  in  London 
o3s.  4(7.  To  my  brother  Robert  and  his  wife  53s.  4(7.  Of  the  residue  of  my  part, 
one  fourth  to  Anue  Bate  my  loving  wife,  to  my  daugliters  £50,  and  the  remainder 
to  my  sons.  As  to  the  tuition  and  bringing  up  of  my  said  children,  to  my  lovino- 
brother  Robert  Bate  my  sons  Henry  and  Anthony  Bate,  to  my  brother  John 
Lldred  my  son  Thomas,  and  my  daughters  to  inv  wife  Anne  Bate,  the  said 
guardians  putting  in  security  for  the  portions  of  my  said  children.  My  said  wife 
Anne  Bate  sole  executrix,  and  my  said  brethren  Robert  Bate  and  John  Eldred 
overseers. 

Witnesses  :  Roland  Cotton,  Thomas  Fvsher.  Proved  at  London  13  June  1598 
by  Anne  Bate,  the  relict  and  executrix  (P.C.C.,  53,  Lewyn). 


Robert  Bate  of  Little  Chester,  co.  Derby,  1  626. 

Robert  Bate  of  Little  Chester,  cn.  Darbv.  Dated  21  June  1C26.  To  Thomas 
Bate  my  grandchild  all  my  land  in  Leicestershire  which  I  had  of  my  brother 
lurvile  his  grandfather,  called  Rughe  Bracken  Holme,  to  him  and  his  heirs  for 
ever:  also  to  him  all  my  land  which  I  bonghc  of  Sir  Robert  Brett  in  Darbvshire 
ui  tlie  occupation  of  William  Dike  and  widdow  Dawse  or  any  other  to  him  and  his 
heirs  for  ever.  And  for  lack  of  issue  to  his  brother  William  Bate  and  the  heirs  of 
his  body,  etc.  And  for  want  of  such  to  his  brother  Richard  Bate  and  his  heirs  for 
ever.  Provided  always  that  the  rents  for  seven  rears  sliall  be  for  the  marriaoe  of 
his  two  sisters  ]\rargarett  and  Catherine,  that  is  to  Margarett  Bate  £400  and  to 
Catherine  Bate  £300.  The  rents  of  my  house  in  London  called  Beads  in  Canwvke  [?] 
Street  to  Jane  Bate  until  tliere  be  made  up  for  her  marriage  £300.  To  VVilham 
Bate  all  my  lands  whicii  I  bought  of  Mr.  John  Agard  and  the  land  at  Bonus  I  had 
of  Sir  Humphrey  Ferris  [Ferrers]  now  in  the  occupation  of  Robert  Stamford,  and 
I  give  him  a  house  in  Darbyshire  wherein  John  Whittintrton  dwelleth  and  John 
Dyias,  a  tanner,  to  hira  and  his  heirs  for  ever  :  for  want  (sf  such  issue  to  Richard 
Bate  his  brother  and  the  heirs  of  his  body  for  ever.  To  Richard  Bate  my  three 
houses  in   London   upon   S'  Margarets  Hill  near  Old  Fish  Street,  and  the 


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land  I  have  in  TTarwicksliire  iu  Newton  in  the  "fissells"  [Xewton-in-the-Thistlcs, 
ochev\Yise  Xewtou  Eegis],  which  I  bought  of  Sir  Edward  Cochin  [Cokayne],  and 
the  house  my  faclier  dwelt  iu  and  now  my  sister  dwelleth  in  ;  all  which  I  give  hini 
and  his  heirs  for  ever,  and  for  want  of  such  issue  to  his  brother  "William  and  his 
heirs  for  ever.  And  all  my  land  and  "  leashe"  in  Grangefield  in  the  occupation  of 
M''  Hope  I  give  to  my  son  and  his  heirs  for  ever,  provided  that  the  rents  thereof, 
being  £10  ycarlv,  shall  be  for  the  maintenance  of  Thomas  Bate  to  school  or  the 
University  or  Inns  of  Court  until  his  age  of  21,  the  remainder  of  the  rent  for  a 
portion  for  his  daughter  by  his  now  wife.  My  leaslie  "  I  hold  of  the  Bailitf  and 
Duvongh  of  Derby"  to  my"'son  if  he  so  long  live,  but  if  God  call  him  before  the 
expira[ion  of  the  leashe  "  then  I  give  it  to  iiis  son  Tiionias  foi-  the  term  unexpired. 
To  my  son  for  his  life  all  my  household  goods,  etc.,  and  after  his  death  to  his 
next  lieir.  To  William  Bate  and  Thomas  Bate  and  Elizabeth  Bate,  and  to  every 
servant  in  my  house  10s.  each.  To  Becky  Benytt,  by  [my  ?]  brother  Benytt  his 
daughter,  five  marks  at  marriage  or  when  20.  To  my  brother  Edward  Bate  five 
mai'ks  yearly  so  long  as  he  liveth  if  any  of  his  kindred  will  keep  him,  but  if  my 
sou  keep  him  he  to  find  him  and  the  legacy  to  cease.  Sly  son  only  executor,  and 
my  loving  friends  il-  John  Bullock,  Esqr.,  iiP  Tymothie  Levinge,  Kecorder,  and 
SB  Thomas  Levinge,  Steward,  overseers,  aud  I  give  them  40s.  each. 

Witnesses  :  Mathew  Bate,  Junior,  John  Scattergood.  John  lloulker.  Proved 
14  Oct.  1G26  by  Nathaniel  Bate,  the  sou  and  executor  (P.C.C.,  141,  Hele). 


Nathaniel  Bate  of  Little  Chesteu,  co.  Deiiby,  Esquire,  1647. 

To  be  buried  at  S'  Alkmund's  in  Derbie.  To  every  of  my  daughtei's  by  my 
now  wife  Catherine  Bate,  namely  Dorothy,  Florence,  Elizabeth,  Sarah  and  Catlie- 
rine  for  their  filial  pai'ts  £10  each  to  be  paid  at  their  seveial  marriages,  but  fui'ther 
upon  their  dutiful  carriage  towards  my  said  wife  their  mother  which  I  leave  for- 
every  of  them  to  her  approbation  that  every  of  them  so  behaving  themselves 
and  being  in  her  life  married  shall  have  such  portions  hereinafter  mentioned — to 
Dorothie  £200,  to  Florence  £150,  to  Elizabeth  £150,  to  Sarah  £150,  and  to 
Catherine  £150  when  21  years  of  age  or  married.  To  my  sou  Richard  Bate  and 
my  daughter  Katherine,  my  children  by  my  former  wife,  and  which  have  heretofore 
had  their  means  of  advancement,  20s.  each  for  rings  or  what  else  they  please  in 
remembrance  of  me.  To  every  of  my  servants,  both  men  and  women,  5s.  Towards 
the  performance  of  this  my  will  to  my  loving  wife  Katherine  Bate  my  whole  estate 
as  also  all  interes.  and  estate  in  my  house  at^Little  Chester  and  all  lands  thereunto 
belonging,  being  the  inheritance  "^of  the  Maior  and  Burgesses  of  Derbie,  and  other 
lands^in  Little  Chester,  "  desiring  she  would  in  vei'tue  and  good  manners  educate 
my  sonnes  Nathaniell  and  John  Bate  and  all  the  forementioned  myne  and  her 
daughters."  Whereas  I  did  by  Lidenture  dated  27  September  15  Cur.  [1639] 
made  between  myself  of  the  one  part  aud  M''  Thomas  Hull,  nij  brother-in-law, 
SB  Daniell  Ballard  and  SB"  John  Osborne  of  the  otiier  part,  enfeoff  the  said  Thomas 
Hull,  Daniel  Bailard  and  John  Osborne  in  divers  lands  in  co.  Derbie  called  Grange- 
field  or  SVody  of  the  Grange  in  Trusly,  co.  Derbie,  one  house  in  Cauinge  Street, 
London,  called  Beads,  with  "clause  of  revocation,  which  I  never  did  revoke  nor  do 
I  intend  to  recall,  etc.  Lastly  I  constitute  my  well  beloved  wife  Kathei'ine  Bate 
sole  executrix,  and  my  said  loving  friend  the  said  SB  Hull,  my  brother-in-law,  and 
my  cozen  Charles  Agarde  overseers,  and  after  the  decease  of  my  said  wife  I  appoint 
mv  said  brother-in-law  aud  my  cozen  Charles  Agarde  executors.  Dated  5  Slay 
1647. 

Witnesses  :  Charles  Agarde,  Susan  Hope,  Henrie  Grettrex.  Proved  6  September 
1C47  by  Katherine  Bate,  tlie  relict  and  executrix  (P.C.C.,  Ibo,  Fines). 


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B.T.  0.  I„TT,..  Ch.:.t.i,,  CO.  D^Bv,  Gekt.,  1676 

Bate  £50  within  on.  ve„r  5  e  I,  .  'i 

6  o.„,o.  ,6:6 .,, „„A'p^;;:? 

ThO„«  B„.,  op  ASH.V-BE-,,.,-ZorCH,  CO.  I,.,CESTE«,  IIECC™,  ,707. 

ilOO.also  the  me  of  the  roo,         ,o»  I™  .^/l^  f  ^    To  mj  said  dear  , fife 
"ve.-,tl,at  part  of  the  l.ot.se  H  r.  e  Sk  '    i   d       'i™ , "''^ 
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my  pictures  and  boofi  et;    To  L      Jtomas  Bate  £20  for  nionraing  and  all 

£o.  Residue  to  be  appraised  eto  Hia  ^nmo  ^  ?■  ,  m -P^  ^"  ^^'"^  «f  ^lole  " 
Elizabeth  and  Jane  e^j«  7/00  y  ^  de  e  is  nf.^^  children  James,  Dorothy, 
and  shop,  goods  and  all  other  my  llLalTJ  ^  f  ^  '^''"'^  ^^'^  house 
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clerk  overseer,  .ud  he  to  settle  all  dispute  CeT  1  J,fne  70^  ^''^^^ 
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Cranscn'pt  of  0mnm  in  tljt  €iiiimt  lit^mttv 
of  mljtxt  front  1517  to  urn* 

Auno  D'ui  1563. 

Api-il  8  William  Brfimall  s.  of  ireniT  and  (mothers  name  blcmk) 

April 24  Agnes  Lncocke  d.  of  RyclL-inl  aud  Elizabeth. 

May    1  Joan  Chennell  d.  of  .John  and  Agnes. 

May  20  Kichard  Stephens  s.  of  .Tohn  and  Allice. 

Aug.   3  Mary  Page  d.  of  Jeames  and  Allice. 

Aug.    6  Mary  Synion  d.  of  John  and  Joan. 

Oct.     8  Thomas  Skynner  s.  of  Thomas  and  Joan. 

Nov.  27  John  Hill  s.  of  M--  Edmund  and  Marv. 

Dec.  28  Edmund  Martir  s.  of  John  and  Allice. 

Feb.  18  Thomas  Seaman  s.  of  Nicholas  and  Joan 

Feb.  20  John  Willot  s.  of  John  and  Agnes. 

Mar.    6  Allice  Sevrer  d.  of  Thomas  and  .Joan. 


xinno  D'ni  1564. 

Aug.    4  Margaret  Brooker  d.  of  Robert  and  Mary. 

Sept.  19  Jean  Huet  d.  of  Th.anas  and  Joan. 

Sept.  12  John  Brumall  s.  of  Henry  and  Elizabeth. 

Oct.     8  Mistris  Mary  Braie  d.  of  Sir  Edward  and  Lady  Ma 

Oct.  10  Symon  Lyne  s.  of  William  and  Jean. 

Jan.    2  Jeames  Mabancke  s.  of  John  aud  Maro-aret. 

Jan.    4  John  Cranley  s.  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth. 

Jan.  14  Reynold  Stere  s.  of  Thomas  and  Joan. 

Feb.  24  M^^  Mary  Hill  d.  of  M^  Edmund  and  Mary. 

Mar.  10  Allice  Stone  d.  of  William  and  Allice. 


Anno  D'ni  1565. 

Oct.   24  Edward  White  s.  of  John  and  Af^ies. 

Nov.  21  Jean  Dudly  d.  of  Robert  and  Joan. 

Nov.  23  Walter  Eliot  s.  of  Richard  and  [?  Martraret] 

Jan.  20  Susan  Levit  d.  of  Oliver  and  Joan.  " 

Feb.  10  Edmund  ffuller  s.  of  .John  and  .Jean. 

Feb.  22  George  ffraunce  s.  of  Thomas  and  Elizabeth 

Feb.  24  Margaret  ffraunce  c^-  of  Thomas  and  Elizabeth. 

Feb.  26  John  Seaman  s.  of  Nicholas  and  Elizabeth 

Feb.  28  Agnes  Turner  d.  of  William  and  Julian. 

Mar.  15  John  Chennell  s.  of  John  and  Allice. 


Anno  D'ni  1566. 

April  11  Mistris  Magdalene  Bray  d.  of  Sir  Edward  and  Lady  Marv,  born  April  2. 

Aprd  22  Agnes  Lyne.  d.  of  William  and  .Jean.  - '  i 

April  28  John  Skynner  s.  of  Thomas  and  Joan. 

May  24  Margaret  Granley  d.  of  Robert  and  Elizabeth. 

June    9  Edward  Hill  s.  of  Edmund  and  Mary 

July  17  Anne  Levet  d.  of  flenry  and  Amy. 


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Jau.     3  Domynick  Harnics  s.  of  Georo-e  and  \o-ae^ 

Feb.  13  Agnes  Stere  d.  of  Thomas  and  Elizaberh.  ^' 

heb.  lo  Agnes  Water  d.  of:\rorris  and  Ao-nes. 

Feb.  16  A2-nes  Brumall  d.  of  Plenry  and  A^-ne^ 

Feb.  18  Robert  Brooker  s.  of  Robert  and  .^farj 


Anno  D'ni  1567. 

Sept.  16  Mary  Chenuell  d.  of  John  and  Allice 

Oct.     9  Thomas  Oteway  s.  of  William  and  Agnes. 

^ov.    9  I  homas  Mabancke  s.  of  John  and  Margaret. 

Aov.  14  Mary  W  hue  d.  of  Henry  and  Maro-erv 

Dec.  14  Margaret  Wickes  d.  of  Xychohis  and  Joan. 

r       II  l^'^l'S^'!'}  Lucocke  d.  of  Rychard  and  Maroaret. 

Jan.  26  Robert  Levet  s.  of  Henrv  and  \mye 

Mar.    3  Thomas  Turner  s.  of  WilHam  and  Julian.  • 

Mar.  20  Rychard  Dulie  s.  of  Robert  and  Joane. 

Jlar.  21  Agnes  Person  d.  of  Bartholomew  and  Thomasin. 

Anno  D'ni  15C8. 
3rar.  25    John  Chapman  s.  of  John  and  Katharyne 
Mar  2o    Mary  Lyne  d.  of  William  and  Jean 
April  1    Robert  Skynner  s.  of  Thomas  and  Joan  ' 
June  13    John  Biguall  s.  of  George  and  Elizabeth. 
tT  'il    '^r^'Z^^  ^^^nian  s.  of  Nicholas  and  Allice. 

Aug.  10  Mary  ^^  hite  d.  of  John  and  Agnes. 

Aug.  24  John  Hunte  s.  of  John  and  Maro-aret 

-Aug.  29  Margaret  Redfourth  d.  of  Richard  and  Margaret. 

Oct.  24  George  Steavens  s.  of  John  and  Aliice. 

Ucc.   oO  Magdalene  Harmes  d.  of  George  and  \o-nes 

pT'  \i  \^'i)ii=Y'\f™""^^  ^-  of  Thomas^md  Julian.  ' 

leb.  21  Judith  Hill  d.  of  M^  Edmund  and  Mary. 

Anno  D'ni  15G9. 

Mar.  26  Elizabeth  Stere  d.  of  Thomas  and  Elizabeth. 

■July  31  John  Chennell  s.  of  Jolm  and  Allice 

Ang.    7  Agnes  West  d.  of  John  and  Allice. 

Aug.  14  Joan  Graye  d.  of  William  and  A^-nes 

Aug.  18  Mary  Slarckes  d.  of  Anthony  and  Elizabeth, 

^ug.  19  Rychard  Eliote  s.  of  Richard  and  Margaret. 

v!h     -  ^'i'^^"     «^  and  Elizabeth, 

^eb.    0  Ihomas  Lncocke  s.  of  Rychard  and  Elizabeth. 

±eb.    o  flrauuce  LHis  s.  of  Thomas  and  ifary 

Mar.  19  Agnes  White  d.  of  Henrv  and  Mar-erv. 

^Uar.  22  Margaret  tJkynner  d.  of  Thomas  and  Joan. 

Anno  D'ni  1570. 
April  7    Elizabeth  Sherlie  d.  of  William  and  Marv 
May  2G    Jean  Lyne  d.  of  William  and  .Jean 
r  gj'zabeth  Xaldret  d.  of  George  and  ^rar<raret 

Jtme  16    I  homas  ffraunce  s.  of  Thomas  and  Marg-aret'. 
June  16    Margaret  ffraunce  d.  of  Thomas  and  Mar-aret 


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June  19  Pieynold  Chapman  ?.  of  John  and  Katharine. 

July  16  M-  "William  Hill  s.  of  Edmund  and  Maiy. 

Aug.  -20  ]\Iargarec  Sewev  d.  of  Thomas  aud  Amy. 

Sept,  5  Joan  Brooker  d.  of  Robert  and  Mary. " 

Oct.  lii  Amy  Wicke  d.  of  Nicholas  and  Joau. 

Oct.  2^  Auue  IMabancke  d.  of  John  aud  Margaret. 

Xov.  2G  Thomas  Hunt  s.  of  John  and  Margaret. 

Dec.  3  Richard  iFraunce  s.  of  Olyver  and  Joan. 

Jan.  2  Sara  Blakeman  d.  of  John  and 

Jan.  7  Rychard  Redford  s.  of  Richard  and  [?  :\rargaret]. 

Mar,  5  John  Levett  s.  of  Olyver  and  Joan. 


Anno  D'ni  1571. 

Mar.  2o  Henry  A  Stone  s.  of  William  and  Allice. 

Oct,  15  Elizabeth  Mower  d.  of  John  and  Margaret. 

Dec.  10  John  Xaldret  s.  of  George  and  ilargaret. 

Feb.  24  John  Stere  s.  of  Thomas  and  Isabell. 

Mar.  2  Magdalene  ffrauncf  d.  of  Olyver  and  Joan. 

i\Iar.  7  Edward  Slarkes  s.  of  Anthony  and  Elizabeth. 

Mar.  9  Robert  Chennell  s.  of  John  and  Allice. 

]\Iar.  1-i  Allice  Seaman  d.  of  Nycholas  and  Allice. 

]Mar.  IG  Rychard  Lucocke  s.  of  Rychard  and  Margaret. 


Anno  D'ni  1572. 

jMay  15  George  Lyne  s.  of  "William  and  Joan. 

July  24  Elizabeth  Roger  d.  of  Thomas  aud  Anne. 

Sepr.  22  Mary  Ellis  d.  of  Thoma.s  and  ilary. 

Dec.  14  Joan  Oteway  d.  of  William  and  Anne. 

Jan.  IS  Katha'ryne  ffrauncf  d.  of  Thomas  and  Julian. 

Jan.  31  Thomas  Bicknold  s.  of  Roger  and  Agnes. 

Feb.    1  Elizabeth  Cooles  d.  of  Mathewe  and  Julian. 

Feb.  22  Rafe  Hill  s.  of  Edmund  and  :\rary. 


Anno  D'ni  1573. 

Mar.  20  George  Hunte  s.  of  John  and  MarEraret, 

April  19  Agnes  Bicknold  d.  of  Anthony  and  Christian 

April  19  Elioner  Naldrct  d.  of  George  and  Margaret. 

May  11  John  Chapman  s.  of  John  and  Katharine. 

May  24  Elizabeth  Redforde  d.  of  Rychard  and  ]ilargaret. 

June  21  Rose  Battell  d.  of  Thomas  and  Allice. 

June  24  Walter  Skynner  s.  of  Thomas  and  Joan. 

Aug.  24  Katharyne  Parkhurst  d.  of  George  and  Anne 

Sept.  13  Edward  Dulye  s.  of  Robert  and  Joan. 

Jan.  17  Joan  Wickf  d.  of  Xycholas  and  Joan. 

Jan.  26  .John  W' hite  s.  of  Henry  and  Margery. 

Feb.  22  Mai-garet  Chennell  d.  of  John  and  Allice. 

Mar.  14  Thomas  Mower  s.  of  John  and  Margaret. 


[N.B.— In  the  original  the  years  1560,  etc.,  are  described  as  "One  Thousand  Five 
Hundred  Three  Score  and  One,  Two,  Three,  etc.  ;  1570,  1,  2,  3,  as  One  Thousand 
Five  Hundred  Three  Score  and  Ten,  Eleven,  Twelve,  Thirteen— then  in  Arabic 
figures  only.] 


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Amio  IVui  1574. 

April  18    Rychard  Gad  s.  of  Lawrence  and  Allice. 

T       .  ^    i  '^'T^  ^-     T'lomas  and  Amy. 

JuW  u        m''""^'^^'^  °f  ^--'S'^  and  Elizabeth 

S  II  ^^''^f     ^'^  ^^^'"^'^'^  Jean. 

Oct.  10    George  8tere  s.  of  Thomas  and  Isbell. 

Ju  ■         AV-^IF  ^il'^'T''        '^'^'"^  ''"J  Katharine. 
Af  :  1      ^  '  s-  of  Hubert  and  Mary. 

^H.u.  lo    Katharine  ftrauncf  d.  of  Oljver  and  Joan. 

Anno  D'ni  1575. 
April  4    Joan  Bicknoldd.ofAnthony  and  Christian. 
In    1  ^    iT  ^''T'-'^         -^"^^""-^^  Christian. 

o    w-n".  ^-  «f         and  Rose. 

Tmfp   ?    Ar         .^1'^^"'"^  Margaret. 

1  i  vf'l  s.  of  Robei't  and  Margaret. 

Oct    U  AV°,r Parkhurst  s.  of  George  and  Anne. 

1)11'  li  Ti  T^  ^r-^'     ^^"^^'^^  ^'^^  Margaret, 
fa?  U  Elizabeth. 

Jan.  29  Elizabeth  Bickuold  d.  of  Roger  and  Ao-ne, 

Feb.    1  John  Boxalls.  of  .John  and  .Joan.  ' 

I'eb.    J,  Mabell  Hunte  d.  of  Hemy  and  Margaret, 

fr!  ■  1  o  nr La\vrence  s.  of  Richard  and  Julian. 

Ma..  13  Oliver  Wh,te  s.  of  Henry  and  Margery. 

May  19  John  Goodin,  "  his  ffather  .Myniste"  " 


Anno  D'ni  1576. 

fnl  l\    ^'^^'Ir  '^"^''^  Griffin  and  M-  Mabel! 

June  24    Jean  ffraunce  d.  of  Oliver  and  Joan. 

S    7        ?    ^^^'t"^  •^/'^"^'^        ^^ho"^-^  ^^nd  Allice. 
^ept.  20    Maiy  Baker  d.  of  Edu'ard  and  Susan. 

Dec  7  ?'\''\Pl'^^'"'''^^''^'»'^therAnneBelldam.'' 

Dec.  ,  Rycbard  Sandess.  of  John  and  Rose. 

Dec.  2/  John  Eihs  s.  of  Thomas  and  Mary 

Dec.  28  Elizabeth  Crofter  d.  of  Simon  and  [?  Cliri^tianl 

Mar.    0    John  Wickf  s.  of  Nicholas  and  Joan. 

^Hr  I'x    r'f,^"'''"^  Cronchlan  d.  of  Rychard  and  Allice. 

Mar.  24    Katharme  Bicknold  d.  of  Anthony  and  Christian 


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a^tinitia  to  njt  prtnrtti  ©isttattxins  of  mmtj: 
frxiin  ©arltian  jHS'.  1076  in  tf)e 

Contiuued  from  p,  171. 


[Harl.  107G,  fos.  178,  178-\] 
Axiiii.— Argent,  a  slag  springing  sahk,  over  all  a  frefhj  vert. 
....  Waniett  of  Framfeild  in  Sussex  liviijrr  temp.  H.  7.=j= 


Win.  Wai-nett  of  Warmin^ton  co.  Siissex 
made  his  brother  John  his  Executor  & 
gave  him  his  land. 


"Wm.  Wai'iietfc  a 
Legatee  to  his 
brother  Jo. 


Jane  Warnett  nx  Stone  of 

Framfeild.  =p 

Nichohis  Stone  of  Framfeild. 


Jo:T\'arnelt  of  Hampsted  in  the  pish  of=:  .sister  of  Tho  • 

Framfeihi  m  co.  Sussex  made  his  will  28  Lnn-'stone,  Bi.<=hop 
Julij  15G2  A"  17°  H.  8  seald  with  his  Coat  :  of  Winchester  9  H.  7 
of  Armes.  i 


Ciprian  Warnett  marr.=pMargar.  da.  of     Jane  wife 

&  dyed  in  the  life  of   Smith  of     of  lUc. 

^'s  father.  Brighhemsted.  Warner. 


George  Warnett  of  Fram- 
feild 2  son  of  John  &  one 
of  his  executors. 


Marj  da.  &,  coIi.=pJohn  Warnett  eldest^Alice  2'^  da  of  W" 
of  S^  Henry  Owen  son  of  Cyprian  [Died  \  Ernlv  of  Caclvliam 
-1  Apl  22  Eliz.  I  in  com.  Sns.^ev 
(1580)  Inq.  P.M.  at  \  Esq.  son  &  neire 
Horsham  26  July  22  i  of  S^  .John  Ernly 
Eliz.'].  I  the  Judge. 


Kt.  &  of  Dorothy 
his  wife  sist.  & 
Cot.  of  Thom.  de 
la  Ware. 


Jone  ux  Per- 
kins of  London. 

Eliz  :  ux  Ed- 

wardes  of  Sussex. 


Jone  only  dau.  by  Mary, 
nx.  Charles  Tingledon 
of  Pigate  Esq5. 


John  Warnett  of  Hemp-— Suzan  da.  &  coh.  of  Rob. 


sted  [aged  IG  at  father's 
death*]. 


Ridley  [of  Wellieck 
com.  Surrey!]. 


Suzan  ]  da.  marr.  to 
Ed.  Jordan  of  Charl- 
wood  in  CO.  Surry. 

Catherine  2  da.  ux. 
Tlio.  Cole  of  Waldern 
in  com.  Sussex. 


Francis  War-r^Ann  da.  of  Sr.  Edw  :  Boys 
nett  son  &  of  Frodfeild  in  Kent  re- 
heire  ob.  vita  nupt.  S'"  Tho:  Sackvile 
patris.  Kt.  of  the  Bath.i 


I 

Edm,  Warnett  of  Hempsted. 


[Thomas. t] 
For  issue  see 
"Yis.  of 
Surrey, 
162:3." 


.       ,     *"  Sussex  Inq.  P.M."    {Sussex  Record  Society.) 
t     Visitation  of  Surrey."    {Earl.  Sac)  f  "  Visitation  of  Sussex."    {Earl.  Soc.) 


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John  Warnctt  eldest    Wm.  Wametfc  2  soii=p       Mary  nx.  Geo.  Coiirthope  of  W' 
of  Geo.  leigh  in  com.  Sills. 


Wm  Wanictt  son  Ann  da.  of  \Vm.-^]'uch:  Isted  son  of  Jolin  son  of  John  Isted 
oMVm.  Wanietfc.  of  Framfeild. 


Thomas  Isted*  of  Framfeld=pJone  da.  of ...  ,  Twine. 


Richard  Isted=pAnne  Goodwin.    Thomas  Isted. 


Richard.  Ann. 


[ITarl.  1076,  fos.  179'-  and  180.] 

^R^l^.— Quarter!)/  of  ten  :  1,  Sable,  a  lion  passant  gunrdant  or,  letween  three  esquire 
helmets  argent,-  2,  Argent,  a  chevron  vert  icithin  a  lordure  azure  charged 
icith  twelve  plates;  3,  Argent,  a  fess  engrailed  Mween  six  billets  gules; 
4,  Argent,  on  a  chevron  sable  three  fleurs-de-lis  of  the  field;  5,  Argent,  two 
bars  sable,  on  the  upper  one  a  mullet  for  difference;  6,  Gules,  a  chevron 
between  ten  crosses  imttee  argent,  six  in  chief  and  four  in  base,  all  within  a 
bordure  of  the  last ;  7,  Argent,  on  a  saltire  gules  five  estoiles  or;  8,  Or,  on  a  bend 
gules,  cotised  azure,  between  six  martlets  of  the  second,  three  mallards'  wings 
argent ;  9,  Or,  on  a  chief  gules  three  martlets  of  the  field,  a  crescent  for 
difference;  10,  Argent,  a  chevron  between  three  {?  laurel)  leaves  gules.  Over 
all  a  crescent  for  the  difference  of  a  second  son. 

[See  Bnrke's  '•  Peerage,"  under  Earls  of  Xorthampton,  for  earlier  generations.] 
Ladj  Cicely  da.^Sir  Henry  Compton  of=rMary  da.  of  S^"  Geo.  Browne  of  Balten 
Brambletyeincora.Sus-  I  Kt.  2'^  sonne  to  ...  .  Vise.  Montao-iie 
sex  now      son  of  Lord  !  shee  was  widd.  of  Tho.  Paston^of 
Compton,  1634.  |  Thorpe  in  Norfolk. 


of  Robert  Earle 
of  Dorsett  1  wife 


I  j      j      \      i  I 

Henry  eldest  Son  by  Mary  Browne.    George.    John.    Peter.    Mary.  Frances. 


Richard    Cicelyt  eld.  da.  wife  of  S^  Jo.  FermorJ  son  of  S^  Rich.  Anne  ux.  Clem 

eldest       Fermor  of  Fermor  2'/  ux.  Hen.  Arundell§  son  of  Tho.  Paston  of 

son.         Arundell  son  &  h.  app.  to  [Thomas]  Lo.  Arundell  of  Thorpe  in  co. 
-       Wardar.  - 

Wm.  I   

Tho.  Arundell  one  yeare  old  &  upw.!|  Margaret 3-^  dan 

*  Az^5  - Gules,  a  chevron  vair  hetweeyi  three  talbots'  heads  erased  or.  Cu^ST —A  buck's 
head  erased  proper  attired  and  ,r;orffed  by  a  crest  coronet  or.  f  Died  1G75,  a-ed  67. 

\        T-^'-  ■         TV""'}^?         ^f-^  ^31'  Clark).  §  Died  28  Doc.  1694. 

I,  4th  Lord  Arundel  of  W  ardour,  died  1712.    Yeatman's  "  History  of  House  of  Arundel  " 


(To  be  continued.) 


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(^rtfltnal  ©rants  ol  9a'im  in  tl)e  iMhlit 


ORAXT  OF  ARMS  TO  ARTHUR  IIERRYS. 


.}..lT  n      "1!       "  r  '-T''^  ^"'^  "'^^^'^  «^  others  to  whome  these  presents 

shall  come  be  seene  heard  read  or  undersfcoode  WiUm  flower  Esquire  otherwle 
Ifrti  nf'T  P^-'j^-^'P'-^^.h,?'^!?        Kinge  of  Armes  of  the  east  West  aSd  kS 
partes  of  the  realme  of  England  from  the  ryaer  of  Trent  northward  SendJ  h 
greennge  m  our  Lord  God  Everlastinge.    Anciently  from  the  bSnninoe  the 
vahent  and  vercuous  actes  of  excellent  persones  haue  ben  con-ended   o  d    wor  d 
and  postcntie  wuh  sondrey  monumentes  and  remembrances  of  their  good  deseart  s 
emong  c  the  which  the  chiefest  and  most  usuall  hath  ben  the  bearinge  of  i^nes 
and  tokens  in  Sine  des  called  Annes  beinge  euident  demonstrations  and^testimcTni  s 
of  p  owesse  and  valour  diuersly  distributed  accordinge  to  the  qualities  and  desea?  es 
of  the  persons  meritmge  the  same,  which  order  as  it  was  prudently  dmysed  hi  t'  e 
beginnmge  to  s  irre  up  and  enflame  the  hartes  of  men  to  the  imitation  of  vertue 
euen  so  hath  tne  same  ben  contynued  from  tyme  to  tyme  and  yet  is  contd  u  alk 
obserued  to  the  intent  that  suche  as  haue  don  comendable  seruice"  o  their  P  -ince  ol' 
Contrey  either  in  warr  or  peace  may  therfore  receane  due  honor  in  their  lyues  and 
also  deryve  the  same  successiuely  to  tlieir  ofspringe  and  posteritie  for  ever 
F  n  T1l  ^r°n .i^"^^^'  '^'''y'  «f  Llixsev  in  the  countie  o  E^ex 

He^-^  p'lrf  """f,  y  "-^''Tt?^  -Southminster  Esquire  the  sonne  of  John 
He  rjs  of  Prittewell  m  the  Counc.e  of  E^sex  Esquire  lineally  descended  from  tho=e 
of  that  surname  in  the  north  partes  of  this  realme  w^in  my  prouince  &  so  bv  i^t 

^om";    an';e"^"'"h  o'f  tCe  tokeu-s  of  ho 

from  h,s  ance.toi;s  :  hatn  required  me  ye  sayd  Korroy  to  deliuer  and  describe  unto 

to  anv  ctft"^       t'Tw  ^'^^^^"^  ''''  '^'^"^  P'i"<^i^'e  or  offence 

hplnni?  f  -  P  ""'^  ^r'""''  "P^"  ^'"''"''^  Creaste  found  properlv  to 

meZ^V.Vn^^  r""'  ^^^th  further  desvred 

me  to  a.s,gne  unto  his  sayd  ancient  Armes  a  Creaste  meete  and  lawfull  to  be  boren. 


YOL.  II.,' SERIES 


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218  MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 

&  by  power     authovicie  to  m    IStJd  L  etTo. '  '"'^  ''^^l^'^^fc 

England  hnne  assio-ned  -iuen  1  a  ",?ntod  nn  ^n  "  ""t^er  j- greate  Seale  of 
Creast  ou  the  heaulmo  f^^^^e^l^tZ^ sayd  Artlnire  Herrys  for  bis 
situate  on  a  wreathe  gold  &  .anu^  n  nutd^^  ?         "^''n  ^''"m'     -"'^^  ''^''^^d  go-Id 

sayd  ancient  Armes  viz    tS  L  ^0-0  dl%  £  'T^^'"^  fT'  ^°8-ich<^- 
foiles  of  ye  field  n.ore  P^^^Z  ^r^^:^""^^^^^  ^'^^^^^  cinquo- 

Cbeast  togicher  w'  ye  said  ancient  A rmp,  ^    1' i    "  K  ^'""''"^^  ^"^'CH 

sayd  >rorroy  Kino-e  of  Arrae    b    do        ^   ^^F  i'^'^^'"^"  ^  ^ho 

presentes  o4e  &  oTaant  I'K  ?>  ^rir  aforesayd  do  l,v  th.se 

fpringe^toanth:^^;  ^^^''^^  ^«  '''' 

&  they  the  same  to  have  holde  u  ^bia  f  enio^  l^M..  /  m  ^^^-^ 

en.r  herafter      their  due  dil^e^^^r  ^c^  J^^  ^^T]^      f           ^  .^^^ 

cote  armure  peuon  seale  hatcheuionfc  nr  nMi  '  1                '"^'^  ^'"cld 

pleasure  without  th'impedi   en         01°  nt™^^  ^'^"^'^^^  ""^^ 

^TXESSE  WHEROF  I  the  sSd      ■  >; Ki  persons.  Ix 

My  name  &  sett  to  v^  seale  of  ,nrn^.ffi^°.^       •  V,  I'eerunto  subscribed 

of  o,„.  Lord  God  iicc?o,«,  ifi  ;:""f 

.-nualto 'f,l4S.'  "  ft"'  -a.  „„  tte  parcb- 


2.onlfon  ^3ft)tcfr«s  anti  Coats  of  3nns 

FROM  ADD.  MS.  JS3S  AND  HARL.  M.S.  io;io. 

Continued  from  p.  175. 


[Add.  MS.  5533,  fo.  20r,.] 
Barksted  of  Germnnv.== 


in  CO.  Staff. 


Michael  only  son.       Jaie.       rL.  AnL. 


I 


'1 

■vCU 


illSCELLAXEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  ilEIlALDlCA. 


219 


[Harl.  ^[S.  lOOn,  fo. 

Robert  Langley  of  Al[hrop=pEiiime  da.  of  Wm.  Moore 
in  Com.  Lincoln.  |  of  Yorkshire. 


Tlionias  Lung-ley.    Joane  da.=Sir  John  Lang-=Ursula  da.  to  W'"=pGeorge  Basford 

~  of  John     ley  Lo.  :\Iaiur    Tillesworth  of    i  of  l!loudou 

Fraiincis.  Potkyn  1    of  London  A°    London   Gold-    j  Letherseller 

wife.  1577  ob.  s. p.       smith  to  K.  H.  8.    1  husband. 


George  Rowland  Basford.  a  daughter*  1  maried= W'"  Norris*  son  &  heire  of  V^^"^ 
Basford  =p  to  Francis  Colte  of    Xorris  of  Fyfield  in  co.  Bark- 

50!i  &  I  Middlesex.  shire  2  husband, 

heire.  /K 

See  "  Yis.  of  London,  1633-4,"  under  Beresford. 


[Add.  MS.  5533,  fo.  111.] 
Arms. — Gules,  a  chevron  argent  lettceen  three  plafes. 

Crest.— .4  dcmi-lion  gules  rampant,  resting  his  paw  on  an  oval  shield  in  cartouch  or, 
charged  iviih  a jieur-de-lis  azure.j 

Seriaut  Major  Basse^f^Da.  of  Plowson,  Alderman 
iu  Cheapside  1644.      of  London. 


I 

.  .  .  wife  of  [John]  Fowke  Alderman  of  London. 


23atfmnn. 

[Add.  MS.  5533,  fo.  23.] 

[For  earlier  generations  and  arms  see  "  Yisitation  of  London,  1633-4,"  p.  55.] 

[Joane]  da.  of  Mansell=pRobert  Bateman  Skinner  &  Cham-=f  Eliz.  Daughter 
of  [Weyraouch]  in  the    berlain  of  the  City  buried  in  St.  ,  of    [John] J 
county  of  Dorset.    Isc  j  Duiistan  in  the  East.  |  Westrayof  Lon- 

^vife.  ^  I  don  2°"  wife. 

See  "Yis.  of  London,  1G33-4." 

A  ' 

*  In  the  Norris  Pedieree,  "Yisitation  of  Berkshire,"  ii.,  p  185,  this  is  given  as  Mary  da.  to 
Georjce  Basford  of  London,  widow  of  Roger  Colte  of  Hertfordshire,  married  Sir  John  Norreys 
sou  of  V,'m.  Norreys  of  T) field.  The  second  vrife  of  Roger  Colte  in  the  "Vis.  of  Hertfordshire, 
1634,"  is  described  as  Elizalx-th  da.  of  Sir  John  Langlev. 

t  There  is  a  grant  of  these  arras  bv  Segar,  see  Add." MS,  12,225,  fo.  16. 

if  See  "Visitation  of  London,  1633-4," 

S  2 


■  u.i 


220 


Hohevt  1.  Willi 


Silkman. 


[liar].  3rS.  1006,  fo.  55.] 

Thomas  Baxter  of=Elizabetii  da.  to  Geor-re 
Lincolneslnne.       Bledworth  of  BledwortiK 


[Harl.  MS.  109G,  fos.  30  and  31.] 
[For  Arms  see  "  Yisitatiou  of  London,  15G,S  "] 

I  com.  Snvvey.    [isfc  wife.] 


aa.   ot       Leecl.ci  otLou-    Tho.  Dubridge-  I 


Sonne  & 
heire. 


Piiche  of 
London. 


of  Alhal- 
lowes. 


^Vm.  Lo. 
Cobham. 


don. 


1.  ^Villiam    2.  Edward. 

Beeeher,   

3.  Georo'e. 


1.  Caly.    2.  ffraiincis. 


conrt  of  Stret-  j 
;  feild.  I 

Edward.  ^S^ilUnm. 


ieSr  ie^^^^T'^'^t^tr  frt^^^^-^^'^-  MaU,.etwireto 
^aried         Southampton       80,    "  London    Thomas    I   -  ' 

Qnarter. 


WiHiam. 


bridgecourt.f 

:\Iabe 
Richa 
ton.f 


(To  be  continued.) 


HISCELLAXEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HEEALDICA. 


221 


GEXEALOGICAL  EXTRACTS  TEOM  SIXTEENTH-CENTURY  WILLS 
IN  THE  CONSLSTORY  COURT  AT  CANTERBURY.* 

VOLUME  Xm.-conimued. 


Margery  Ins  sLer  and  Br?d     is  da^'  7^ 

Book  in  Bordi.=.  Eicluid  Wdkt  S  r-  1^"''^°"^  ^^^^^J^'' ^^is  Sophjstrye 
College  of  Wye.    Pzitd  15  Dec  1^2.      '"'^  ^""^  ^^^^^^^^^i'  ^he 

GoutheLfkl^his^ToL?^t°:f  "lleJ^^  P^-'^  Church  of 

Dennes  Rysedene  and  Tvr  niSeS  hf  cZrt\'''^'r\  ^'^''^  The 
Thon^as  and  Simon  hi^  ^^^^^^^^^  o    Little  GouthersL 

steeple  to  the  Parish  Church  of  Gout  W  £6^  t  the  maki^  "  o^^'"^^  ^ 
storye  m  the  body  of  the  '^aid  Chnrr^h  -prh  n^'  making  of  a  new  clore 

disposed  people  .ill  go  l^nS  in  hand  to  n"ke  T*^'^'""  '^'^  F'^  '''^ 
aud  if  the  said  steeple  be  inade  tow^  ds  .  n.  ^      f  same  steeple  aud  storye, 
sam  10-.    Dated  19  Dec  15 "  f  "^'^  substantial  bell  frame  in  the 


the'cha^l  Sie?1^;S'c£^l^^!^SP^S^'^t^^'?;-  ^"^^^  ''^ 

Joane.  To  the  said  chmch  all  his  PrJksn.^  h  "^r^^^f  J^^^"^^^^^^^  I^^-cj  and 
convenient  for  the   quire      {}  Ri^i^^^^^^^ 

Newlaud  his  son-iu-iLv.     H^nry  F  en.ehan^  h^^^  u '^"^^ 

Frengehamof  Hulden.    Geoit^his  son  ^  TT'  ^^^-^^'d 

a  piece  of  land  and  also  a  pi  ce  (^^f  land  con^^in  no'f'  ^^^^"'^^S^  ^^^'^ 

first  mentioned  piece  of  land  he  pnrchieTor^^^^^^^^  which  messuage  and 

his  heirs  for  ever.     That  Georo-e  hi.  i    i        u- ^'^^^      '""^  ^nd 

certain  lands  therein  m  ntioned  v  i  n  he  ct         H        ^To''^'^  "^'"'''^S' 
Thomas  Frengeham  of  XortSn^^'landry   the    landsT^  hi''  'T' .  ''''^ 

already  bequeathed  whe^^'^fe^^i  ^^te  ^aSfSS^:^  iS  'L^^^ 

*  Continued  from  p.  177 
•   t  The  following  legacies  ^eeni  to  be  iu  .^o  his  children  die  without  i.sue. 


222  MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HtRALUICA. 

?^™S?(S.^l[':f ^^^'^Se^  the  wages  of  the  Chaatrie  Priest  of 

^"^ti'K'^^J^rh ''"-''"^^''^  "^^^  ^"^^^^  «f  -1  years  ll^sli^fen^ 

'4e  Lfoi^  snH,   1  H      1"  '^"^-If^  P,"^''^?'?'-  '"^^     =^1'       ^^"^  ^^^-^  ^vithoat  such 

p.    pe"t:;^rd^^;;,e^™^s:  ^^-t"-'-     «.  sc...,  vo..  v., 


Master  William  PagrVic  r  of  No  uSt^Vfc^^^^^  M 

0^"-  TL^ 

EoUrtDver,  Mayor  of  D^;-;r  Datar^S  xl,'.Toi.^"^"" 


ti.esaid  Thomas  Te  ytt.  Sr5J?S? hh  Jol.nsonof 
all  l.is  lands  and  fcnenisnS  iTp  ■  1 1    ;        T%  '°  l'«  '''"s 

UDec.  W>3  M  Buchiiigton  and  elsewliere  in  Kent.  Prored 


{To  be  continued.) 
'^^^  '^^'^  ^^^^'^  persons;  if  so,  the  particle 


MISCELLANEA  (JENEALOGICA  ET  UERALDICA. 


225 


230  MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HEEALDICA. 

BATIIURST  WILL.^. 

brochcr  Edward  BaUierste.     His  sou  Thomas.    Tlic  children  of  iS  h  ot 
Robert       hersce     His  sister  Dave  the  wife  of  Thomas  Daye.    His     te    V  co 
B  adwuieot  bmarden     l  is  sister  Anno  Brayricke.    Elizabeth  his  w        H^  .  '  ^ 
or  or  husband     H.s  House  at  Staplehnrst.    John  and  Tlu.n.  '  son    o   1  i 
bi  other  Robert.    H,s  Lease  of  the  Black  Friars  in  CmO^y.    Broved  G  M  ,v  1 0  5 
(Probate  Registry,  Cautcrbtiry  Consistory  Register,  vol.  2G.  fo.  43.)  ' 

rlJl:]'Tf  Cfanbrook,  widow.    Dated  11  February  1505.  Testator 

des.red  to  be  buried  m  the  parish  dmrch  of  Oranbrook.  Son  Tlmma.  B  ors 
nominated  ex-ecucor.  Son  Tymothy  Bather.  Godchild  Samuel/so^o^T  n  u 
Ba  l  er.  Ma  Bather,  son  Tymothy's  danghter.  Sara  Batl  er  and  T v  o  y 
Bather  children  of  son  Tymothy.  Daughters  Margaret  and  Mary.  Anna  Ba  1  e?s  e 
aymochy  Batherst,  children  of  son  Thomas.  Cousin  Thomas  Bather  ?  t  e  e Id  r' 
and  his  wife  Elizabe  h.  Goddaughter  "Pashence,"  dau.  of  cons  n  Thonv  s 
Bathersc.    Cousin  A\ilham  Webb,  gent.    Daughter-in-law  Joane  S  i  l  and  he 

St  B.  the?-r"'\r'^^^  ^"^^  [not 

Kobei t  Bathei.t.    Mary  Sanders,  daughter  of  testator's  daughter  Mary  Bither^t 
Goodwife  Cosin  "    Overseers,  sons  Tymothy  and  John  Batherst        ^  ^'^tne,,.t. 

beaie Tof  o^'^nn?  nf  "^'"r"^       ""-^  ^''''''^''^  P^'^P^^'ty''         includes  a 

Pe^  rl,t  /f  of  money  for  a  dinner  to  those  who  came  to  testator's  funeral 

^'S      P  fi°    '^r""^'^-".?"^'''^      ''''  ^J^i'O'"''^^-    ^Vitnesses:  Timothy  Ba  1  e  ' 

P^'ovedO  March  IGo/  (P  ba^e 
Registry,  Canterbury  Consistory  Register,  39,  72.)  "jlcUc 

Robert  Bathurst  of  Horsemonden,  Clothier.  Dated  10  August  1577  Wife 
Alice  ;  sons  by  first  wife  Paul,  Stephen  and  Robert ;  sons  by  seco  c  wife  EdwarrI 
and  John  ;  daugh  ers  Susanna,  Patience,  Catherine  and  Grace,  sons-in-  aw  Somas 
Busshop,  Robert  Clampard,  Giles  Francklin,  Barnaby  Nepekar,  dau  -h  ei^s  J  me 
S.^1rS^?S^.^  t^^^LSr^^  "^'^^  Bathurst,  sis^;  inn: 

Ed«-ard  Bathurst,  gent   of  Goudhurst.    Dated  19  Auo-ust  1051  (P.C  C  )  To 
be  buried  a  Goudhurst  ;  wife  Martha,  eldest  son  Edward  T  my  house  called  Finch- 
cocks;  brother  Thomas,  Esq.,  deceased,  and  his  wife  Elizabeth  Dor  el     child  wife 
big  with  ;  brothers-in-law  George  Maplesden  and  Thomas  Hooper  ;    ousi     Va  t  r  ' 
Drewry  ;  sons  Edward,  John,  Thomas  and  William  ^ 


Edward  Ba  burst  of  Finchcocks.    Dated  27  January  1689-90  (85,  Dyke).  To 
be  buried  in  Goudhurst  Church,  "  near  my  ancestors.''    Names  Judith,  mi  well^ 
.A  "^"^f '  ^'^«'»^^'^yi"i^^'"  and  Richard  my  brothers,  to  'whom  he 

leaves  certain  sums  of  inoney.  Xames  also  the  wife  of  said  Will  am  Bathurst 
and  "  my  sister  Elizabeth  Bathurst."  Brother  Thomas  Bathurst,  Esq.,  to  l  e  u 
and  sole  executor,_  asking  him  to  be  kind  to  his  wife,  to  whom  he  leaves  the  use 
b  nM,''.,'"'T/rT  II  T  '^f at  Finchcocks."  Leaves  his  lands  to  his 
brothei  John  Bathtirst  and  his  heirs  male,  failing  these  they  are  to  o-o  to  his 
pTthnl  Tf'  I'-^'^^',?^  ^'H^S  heirs  malelo  him,  then  to  brother  Willilm 
Bathurst  and  h.s  0\  illiara's)  son  Edward  Bathurst  and  his  heirs  male  (upon  whom 
they  eventually  devolved).    Proved  at  London  1690. 

Edward  Barhurst,  Esq.,  one  of  the  Masters  of  the  Middle  Temple.  Dated 
I  J,  ^"'y  .r  o  f'''''^  Goudhurst  in  vault  with  late  wife  Elizabeth 
Bathurst  ;  wife  Mary  Latlmrst  and  son  Richard  to  divide  property  ;  son  Richard 
sole  executor.    Proved  12  Xov.  1772  (P.C.C.,  391,  Taverner) 


( 


232 


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MISCELLANEA  G  LNEALOGICA  ET   liEKALDiCA.  233 


234  illSCELLAXEA  GENEALOGICA   ET  nERALDICA. 

illonumcntal  fnscnpttons  anti  S^tral^rj^  in 
^nmmiom  from  Smm^,-  ttt;* 

To  the  meiuorv  of  Tobias  Wall,  Esq'" 
Avlio  died     5^''  of  July  1744,  ao-ed  58 

and  of  Mary  his  wife  who  died 

.V^  ^d'!-  of  Marcli  1729,  nged  30. 

From  a  large  mouumeiifc  at  the  east  end  of  north  aisle.    Two  black  marble 

Re  we  ;  rii  n,-l?  '    ^'^^^  ^'''^^^t''  f^'^'  ^1^^  ^"^^t  '•enniins. 

fSld  hi?  ISS  '  '^'^"^  '""'^'^         "'^  ^^^'^^'"'^"^ 

St.  Olave,  Hart  Street,  Burial  Pieoister 
1728-9  Jan.  29    Mrs.  Mary  Wall,  in  je  vault  io  ve  chancell. 
July  17    lobias  Wall,  in  the  chancel  vault. 

.rnK^n'V'M"  ii^'^cription,  which  gives  March  for  January  17-->8-9  due 

probably  to  the  mounment  not  having  been  put  up  until  171-1. 


39. 


In  the  north  vault 
near  this  place  lieth  the  Bodv  of 
Thomas  Debukk,  Esq'- ' 
Commander  of  a  Ship  in  tiie 
Hon^e  East  India  Companv's  Service. 
He  departed  this  life  the  G"'  day 
of  March  1770,  A^ed  55  years. 
Also  M"  Jaxe  Wilkins 
late  wife  of  the  above 
TnoiLLs  Deeuke,  Esq"- 
who  died  August  13'h,  i803 
aged  83  vears. 
Also  xM"  Margairet  Bixgley 
who  died  January  2"'',  1828 
aged  7G  years 
niece  of  the  above 
M--^  Jane  WiLKijr.s. 


*  Continued  from  p.  195. 


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285 


From  a  plain  marble  table:  in  the  oast  end  north  aisle. 

Arms.— .-1  chevron  ....  hehreen  three  stronU  erect  .  .  .  .  ■  impalino-.  on  a  chief 
three  roundels.  .  - 

These  arms  are  not  in  Burke's  "Armory"  for  Debuke  or  Wilkins. 

(P.C.C.,  90-97,  Jenner.)  Thomas  De  Bake  of  Komford,  Essex.  Esq.  Will 
dated  27  Jan.  1770.  In  an  infirm  state  of  body  but  perfect  mind.  Has  contracted 
wiLii  John  Jones  of  Great  George  Street,  Westminster,  Esq.,  and  ^far^aretta  Maria 
his  Avife  for  the  absolute  purchase  of  the  fee  simple  of  the  freehold  and  copyhold 
messnag-es,  lands,  etc..  late  of  John  Badger  Weller.  Esq.,  deceased,  former  husband 
of  the  said  Marcaretta  ]\raria  Jones,  being  in  Romford,  set  out  in  a  conveyance 
dated  G  June  17C0  for  29  years  six  mouths  from  11  Oct.  1704  for  £2,840  Is.  Qel 
but  by  reason  of  the  infancy  of  Jane  \Yeller,  daughter  of  John  B.  Weller 'and 
iVIargaretta  3Iaria  aforesaid  [vrho  ^"ill  not  be  aged  21  years  until  29  April  now 
ne.xt  coming],  is  not  completed,  this  shall  be  done  the  monev  bein<'-  paid  and  is 
now  conveyed  to  Robert  Halcrow  of  ^lark  Lane,  London,  wine  merchant,  in  trust. 
Lighc  acres  of  the  said  lands  to  be  conveyed  to  Richard  Benyon  the  youn"-er  of 
Gidea  Hall  in  Romford,  Esq.,  and  his  heirs  for  ever  according  to  an  aoreement 
between  him  and  testator.  All  the  profits  of  the  residue  of  the  estate  for  wife  Jane 
Debuke  for  her  life,  and  after  her  death  in  trust  for  the  benefit  and  use  of  testator's 
sisters  Elizabeth  Debuke  and  Jemima  Debuke,  and  his  nephew  Thomas  Debuke,  or 
if  deceased  to  their  children,  or  failing  such  in  anv  way  said  wife  shall  direct. 

Codicil,  1  March  1770.  Niece  Ann  Gibbons  £200,  is  now  married  but  testator 
knows  not  her  husband's  name. 

Proved  24  March  1770  by  the  relict,  Jane  Debuke. 


40.  Mail  by  lyinge  downe  in  his  bedde  to  reste 

Siguifieth  layed  iu  grave  by  suggeste 
Man  by  sleeping  in  his  cowche  by  nighte 
Betokeneth  the  corps  in  grave  withowte  spirit 
and  by  rysinge  agaiue  from  rest  and  sleepe 
Betokeneth  resurrection  of  body  &  soule  to  mcete 
When  atropos  divideth  bodie  and  soule  a  sender 
the  one  to  the  earthe  the  other  to  heaven  w"'owt  eucomb^' 
God  graunt  us  his  grace  to  be  readie  to  passe 
at  the  hower  of  death  witli  him  in  spirit  to  solace 
That  we  may  have  o'  eares  atteute  to  heere  the  trumper  sound 
Sayinge  Aryse  yee  dedde  and  cume  to  the  doome 
To  the  blessed  JoifuU  and  to  the  cursed  rich  and  woe 
and  to  the  electe  heaven  &  to  the  reprobate  inferno : 
M' I'HO.MA.s  iloRLEY,  gentellnian  &  Clarke  of  y«  Quenes 
Majesties  storehouse  of  Deptford  &  one  of  y'^  officers  of  y^^ 
Quenes  M»'''-'  Navye,  deecessed     20  daye  of  July  l-oGG. 


The  above  iuscriptiun  is  inscribed  on  a  brass  plate  fixed  in  a  carved  marble 
panel  on  the  east  wall  of  the  north  aisle. 


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41.    Hextjy  Weldon  second  .onne  of  Ralphe  ^Veldox  of  Swanscoinbe 
in  Jvent,  Lsqmre,     Ehzabed;  liis  wifle,  a-ed  vii  veares 
was  buried  rxsv'i^  of  March  Anno  1595,  Eliz:  37.  ' 


42. 


Katherixe,  thirde  daught  of  Xiciiolas  Bestx[ey]  of  Graves  Inn 
Esquin  Deceased     x.xxti.  dave  of  Angu.t  Ao  uOd  ' 
Beinge  of  the  Age  of  ,xx<i  yeres  and  one 
moneth  and  lyeth  here  by  her  sister  Ellenor. 

The  last  two  inscriptions  are  from  old  bra^^es  whiV-h  u-^,..     •  •        •  ^ 
Chapel  in  St  James  in'the  Wall,  but  weiV   moved  i    189   to%  0?"^^'^ 
and  are  now  (1913)  ao-ainst  the  wall  b^lmv  H.^      f    ■  ~,       ^  '^"^^  '•^'^^'^  ^  Church, 
lower  brass  his  a  cLt^of^  ms  ora  lozenge  ^^^'^^  ^ 

Bes^xey:"''"'"''  « 

St.  James  in  the  Wall  llarriage  Register. 
Xicholas  Bestney  of  Graye's  Inn  in  Holborn,  Esq.,  and  Bridovt 

^^BeL^-'^'°"  ^""'^  '^'^"^i^'^'  London,  gent.,  and  Si.yll 

St.  James  in  the  Wall  Burial  Register. 
Eleanor  Bestney. 
Catherine  Bestney. 
Ursula  Bestney. 

Daus  of 'Xiclj5  and  Bridget  Bestney. 

Bridget  Bestney  widow  of  Nicholas  Bestney 
aade  from  the  n.cri'afovc,  ■ 


1586    Aug.  IS 


1608    July  28 


1592   

1604  Mav 
1604  Au^. 


1632    Mar.  22 


ihese  notes  made  from  the  registers. 


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iplpiisiilSH 

mmmm^m 

Irofedl  jlirSsf  "'^  Be,ya.i„  Be.,n,j. 


(To  be  continued.) 


(Milh  of  tljt  3Sate  ifamil})/ 

.     (See  Vol.  II.,  Xew  Scries,  pp.  48^-491  ;  Vol.  I.,  Fourth  Series,  p.  192.) 

The  Rev.  Thomas  Bate  of  Calke,  co.  Derby,  1728. 

tl.e'Sutc?of  Eni\;;-"  'j  T^""^^  ^f'i  ^^^^  -  ^erby,  '-Presbyter  of 
and  thai  'bl-et  r  .  'be  ^ive  "o^li  slJ^'r '"'"■^^  ^-^'^'^'^^  Chu,i,ard, 
non^ie  Hirnn  rn  nr.rfon^     P   1       >  ^^"^^'^  Harpur's  servams.    I  desire  the 

gt,e:iJlS¥F  Sin=^-  ^ 


*  Continued  from  p.  200. 


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Swarkestoii  and  Curate  of  Ticknall  for  the  time  beiii"-,  my  brother  James  Bate 
during  his  .life  And  after  his  death  the  senior  churchwarden  of  Ashby  de  la  Zouch 
for  the  time  being."  I  give  to  Jesiis  College  in  Cambridge  £20,  to  be  paid  into 
the  hands  of  the  ]\Iaster  for  the  use  of  the  College.  I  give  to  the  Corporation  for 
the  Propagation  of  the  Gospel  in  Foreign  Parts  £5.  I  give  40.<f.  per  ann.  to  the 
Charitj  School  of  Ashby  de  la  Zouch  adjoining  the  vicarage  garden  tovpards  the 
west,  and  of  which  ISl^  Charles  Stewart  is  now  Master  :  to  be  paid  half  yearly  at 
Michaelmas  and  Lady  Day,  clear  and  free  from  all  taxes,  payments  and  deductions, 
out  of  the  meadow  lands  commonly  called  the  Little  Carr  lying  in  West  Broughton 
in  co_.  Derby,  to  the  Trustees  cf  the  said  School  for  the  use"  of  "the  said  SchooL  To 
my  sister  Dorothy  Johnson  I  give  £10.  To  my  sister  Jane  Bate  £30.  To  my 
niece  Ann  Palmer  a  Spanish  piece  of  gold  in  a  box  in  my  trunk.  To  her  brother 
Joseph  my  "scrutore."  To  her  sister  Dorothy  two  pieces  of  old  gold.  To  my 
cousin  Mary  Bate  two  pieces  of  old  gold.  To  W  Sarah  Clark  two  pieces  of  old 
gold.  To  M''  Samuel  Sturgess,  my  brother  [Anthojiy]  Johnson  and  M''  Hilditch 
a  ring  each.  To  my  cousin  Lucy  Sturgess  a  ring  with  my  father's  and  mother's 
hair  in  it.  To  the  poor  of  Caulke  £1.  To  the  poor  of  Ticknall  £3.  To  the  poor 
of  Swarkeston  £1.    I  make  my  brother  James  sole  executor. 

Witnesses  :  Ant.  Johnson",  Sarah  Clarke,  Eliz.  Smith.  Proved  at  London 
1  April  1728  by  the  oath  of  James  Bate,  the  brother  and  executor. 


The  PiEV.  AxTHONY  Jo^Nso^'  of  Swarkeston,  co.  Derby,  1732. 

Anthony  Johnson  of  Swarkston,  co.  Derby,  "Presbyter  of  th.e  Church  of 
England."  To  be  buried  in  the  churchyard  of  the  parish  where  I  die  at  the 
discretion  of  my  executrix.  To  my  niece  Izabel  White  of  Ashburn  Green  £5, 
in  consideration  of  ^her  care  of  my  sister  her  mother  in  her  last  illness.  To 
M^'  Ann  Driiry  of  Nottingham  my  wife's  niece  one  guinea.  To  ray  niece  Mary 
Barton  of  Ticknal,  widow,  40.^.  To  my  niece  Hannah  Shardlow  of  Aston  40s, 
To  the  poor  of  Swarkston  20s.  My  loving  wife  sole  executrix.  Dated  15  Sept. 
1730.  ^ 

Witnesses  :  George  Pilkington,  James  Bate.  Proved  at  Derby  9  May  1732  by 
Dorothy  Johnson,  the  relict  and  sole  executrix. 


James  Bate  of  Ashby-de-la-Zol-ch,  co.  Leicester,  Gent.,  1757. 

Indebted  to  my  sister  Jane  wife  of  M>^  George  Pilkington  £200,  and  am  obliged 
by  my  late  mother's  will  lo  pay  mj  said  sister  £50  a  year  for  her  life.  I  give  her 
one  annuity  of  £20  out  of  my  lands  in  AVest  Broughton.  To  Dorothy,  the  eldest 
daughter  of  my  niece  Anne  Drury,  £200  charged  on  the  said  lands.  After  the  said 
annuity  and  legacy  the  said  farm  to  James  Drury,  the  eldest  son  of  mv  said  niece 
Anne  Urury,  and  his  heirs  for  ever,  one  of  which  closes  called  Little  Carr,  sriven  me 
by  my  late  brother  Thomas  Bate,  clerk,  is  charo-ed  with  payment  of  40s.  a  year  to 
tne  charity  school  of  Ashby  aforesaid.  To  Thomas  Kirkland  of  Ashby  aforesaid, 
surgeon,  and  husband  of  my  niece  Dorothy  Kirkland,  his  executors,  etc.,  my 
messuage  in  Ashby  in  the  tenure  of  Mr.  Fowler  Oldershaw,  and  the  rest  of  the 
messuages,  lands,  etc.,  which  I  hold  by  lease  from  the  feoffees  of  Ashby  de  la  Zouch 
free  School,  etc.  To  Francis,  the  eldest  son  of  the  said  Thomas  and  Dorothy 
Kirkland  ....  To  Charles,  second  son  of  my  niece  Anne  Drary,  my  messna"-es,  etc., 
in  Loughborough,  co.  Leicester.  To  Charles  Drury  and  to  Thomas  Drury,  Anne 
Drury,  A\  illiam  Drury,  John  Drury  and  Anna  Maria  Drury,  the  other  children  of 
my  niece  Anne  Drury,  £100  each.  To  Dorothy  Kirkland  and  James  Kirkland, 
daughter  and  .son  of  my  niece  Dorothy  Kirkland,  £100  each.  To  ray  niece  Drury 
£50.  To  my  niece  Kirkland  £50.  "  To  Mrs.  :\Iary  Cotterell  and  Mrs.  Katherine 
bturges  one  guinea  each.  To  the  Rev.  M^  Pegge  one  guinea.  To-  tlie  Rev.  Peter 
Cowper  if  he  shall  continue  Vicar  of  Ashby  £5.    Bequests  to  servants  and  to  the 


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poor    Mentions  being  executor  under  the  will  of  his  late  sister  Dorothv  Tnl,n..n 

o\r  S  1  ;  ^'"^  Beaviiio-ton,  Sarah  Beavin-ton. 

vonS  r  '  n  1  !f  '^'^Ptember  1757.  To  James  Bate  Kirklaml  and  Jane  Kirkland 
yom  g«c  .on  and  daughcer  of  my  niece  Dorofchv  Kirkland,  £100  each     livol  ^ 

Stoxe  Tablet  ox  the  exterior  of  the  East  Wali-  of  Calke  Churph 
CO.  Derby,  to  the  South  of  the  East  Window.    Copied  5  Dec.T9w  ' 

_  Here  lieth  the  Body  |  of  Mr.  Thomas  Bate  B.D.  late  Fellow  I  of  Jesn.  rolled^. 
(■s>c)   m   Cambridge  I  Chaplain    to   S^  John   Harpur  Bart   J  I  eS^.^^^^^^^ 
Su-arkescon  in  winch  place  |  he  gained  the  love  of  all  by  the  I  U-eet,  els  of 
temper  his  |  obl.gemg        carriage  and  his  ^oodnefs  &  I  chadty  to  a I  h t  n  i^l 
X^l  P  'roT'l  iT't'!"''  '7.''''  ^'-t  ^''^''^Seuoe  &  |  iildusS/in  th   d i  ch  Se 
ot  hus  I  Fa.toral  Oflice  &  his  strict  &  reguler  (.7>)  |  adherence  to  ill  Hip  onn-^H^n 
uons    &  usages  of  the  Church,  whose  |  Doctrine  l.e '  adS  wtl^^^  ,  j^^^ 

Rectors  of  Swarkestoxe.    (Cox's  "History  of  Derbyshire  Churches.") 

l^.    Thomas  Bate.    Patron,  Sir  John  Harpur. 
1^2b    March  oO    Anthony  Johnson.    Patron,  Sir  John  Plarpur. 

Burials  fro3i  the  Swarkestoxe  PtEGiSTERs. 

l^U    Sril7  Rector  of  this  Parish.    Aged  52. 

i / Apiil  i    The  Revi  M^  Johnson,  Rector  of  this  Parish. 

The  Bate  Library. 

\  01.  jii.,  Aew  &ei.,  p.  232,  is  now  quite  clearly  visible  :—  '  ■ 

TJeo  0.  JI.  Gloria 
Quod  hcne  fcUcifeiiji  voriat 
Ecdesia,  bonisq-y  Literu, 
Bibliothecam  ham  donavit 
Thorns  Bate  S.T.B. 
Pid  ihmificenlid  stirrcxit  yEdlfirium 
Anno  Salv.th  Hitmajue. 
CIODCCXXX. 


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0otm  an5  (auertfs, 

"  Miscellanea  Geuealogica  et  Heraldica,"  Vol.  III.,  X.  S.,  p.  95. 

hom]u^^^Jf'''p^''''!'  '''''''^  ^1'^  tlnrd  Baronet  and  wa. 

i^oin  m  l,bb,  and  was  therefore  only  a  year  older  than  Archur  Welleslej. 

George  Armytage. 
To  the  Editor  "  Miscellanea  Genealogiea  et  Heraldica  " 

Dear  Sir, 

inscription  given  below  on  a  tombstone  in  Wales  last  wedc 
ana  i  th  nk  ic  is  worthy  ot  preservation  in  the  "Miscellanea  Genealoo-ica  et 
Heraldica"  should  yon  find  room  for  ic.  ^eneaio^iia  et 

Craigston,  Bisley,  Surrey.  Yours  faithfully, 

^  ^'P^-  A.  Tudor  Craig,  Major,  F.S.A. 

Inscription  on  tombstone  in  Llanfair  Churchyard,  co.  Merioneth  :— 

m^^rA^''^'"  ^'""'i  'n  '  "        g-<^ntleman,  |  a  most  charitable 

man  I  Adam  Gregory  |  Captain  m  the  29^1^  Regiment.  |  After  serving  throuc^li 

of   trio   l"f^P';'?>'  ^''^"■^      18^^  !  ^-'^^  Wellington,  j  He  had  Clasps 

of  Honor  I  for  |  Eolica,  Vimiera,  Talavera,  [  Busaco,  Albuhera  |  He  died  at 
Llanfau-  May  11".  1868  |  aged  83  years.  |  Beloved  &  respected  |  by  ill 


^'''"%o{T^4°f}j;Z"^,  lY.  i  1,  p  „f  Grantham,  co,  Liucoh.,  15fi2-aC32"; 

"  V;-;\«ti.n   f     Registers  of  Alford  and  Rigsby,  co.  Lincoln,  1538-1680";  Vol.  VllI 
VuMtation  of  the  County  of  Lincoln,  1666."  -  '  -ti^-, 

to  varL  f.n^  Ii  \.  '-^^^-^  ?f  Somerby,  m  which  he  gives  some  particulars  relating 
T^n^Hin  .  i.t'  f  ^Pf  t^'D?^,  I'e  Kegi.ter.  All'ord  and  Eigsby  is  edited  by  ihe  Eev  R  C 
tX^c  ^^^^fl'  contributes  an  Introduction,in  which  he  draws  attention 

to  the  name,  of  many  of  the  landed  gentry  recorded  therein. 

it  hiuefuTr\hl  '^Jf'^^'f.f  Lincolnshire,  1666,  will  be  of  great  yalue,  especially  as 
f,,rti,i         uu'tc-1  the  editorship  of  3Ir.  Everard  Green,  Somerset  Hcnild,  which  reauire^  no 

Int?od.ctiTSn''°v1         ''T''7-  ^  ^'"^i  able  and  int  resting 

the  lSe  WnfXt    '"''f  r  that  this  Visitation  has  been  taken  from  a  copy,  made  by 

to  wheuS  n!er/.l^f//1-  V!^^  'n'^°'''  Visitations,  and  he  examines  into  the  evidence  as 


Nmr,.  SldchM  B.si,,  a,i  CMe  at  tU  I-uUiM.,  OJlce,  140  ir„rdo,r  Strut,  Lu„d„,  II'. 


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©tsitattoit  of  ©j^tortosfjire,  I668-9. 


dTfttiplaff. 

(Coll.  of  Arms,  D  25,  Part  IL,  Fo.  o\) 
[For  earlier  and  later  generations  see  a/ifr,  pp.  202  and  2J:2.] 


William  Fettiplace==Eliza.  da.  &  coheire  of 
of  ...  .  j  Ednumd  A^iifield  of  Ewelrae 

I  in  com.  Oxofi. 


I-    rn'l  Alexander    FettepIace^Martha,  da.  of  Geor-e 

ut    Ohilrej    eldest  of  kiuo-ston  in  Com.  !  Skynner*  of  Ilorapson 

Bercks.  I  i„  com.  Warwic. 


Francis  Fettiplace  .of  Suucombe-pDorotliy  da.  of  Thomas  Yate  of  Lif  .rd 


in  com.  Oxon 


i!i  com.  iK-rks,  ar. 


Bartho!omew=Mary  da.  &  heire  of  \Yilliam       Anne  ux.  Eliz- 

Fettiulace  In-lefeild  of  Kateiinyton  in       Juliis  .Johis 

Sonne  &  heire.    Com.  Harap.  Doncas-  Green^ 

ter.  wood. 


*  The  inscription  in  Swinbrook  Church  shews  the  father  of  Martha  as  William  Skinner  of 
iioffmg-ton,  CO.  Warsvick. 

YQh.  11.,  SERIES  Y. 


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Aims  OF  TYTLER. 


253 


William  Tytlki)  of  W^iodhoiiselie 
Esq'':  Writer  to  tlie  Signet,  ]'.ears 
Giik'S,  a  Lyon's  head  erased  Argent, 
Laiigiied  Azure,  betwixt  three 
Crescents  Or,  witliin  a  Border  of 
the  last.  _  Crest,  the  Rays  of  tlie 
Sun  issuing  from  behind  a  Cloud 
proper.  j\Iotto,  "  Occultus  non 
extinetus." 

JIaf:  7  January,  17G8.  ■ 


A  true  c'0])y 
(Signed)    R.  ] 


I.  Srodart, 
Lyon  Cler 


Depute. 

Lyon  Olhce,  0  February  1885. 


Henry  Willia.m  Tytler.  ;M.D., 
.  I  Bears,  Gules,  a  Durk  in  pale 
.i  proper  hilted  and  pommelled  Or; 
j     on  the  point  thereof  a  Wolfs 

head  couped  of  the  last,  armed 
•  and  langued  Ai'gent,  Between 
I     three  Crescents  of  the  third,  all 

within  a  boi'dure  ermine.  Crest, 

an  Orle  of  Laurel  encircling  an 
I     Anchor  and  iEsculapius's  rod  in 

Salcyr,  on  the  top  of  the  Anchor 
1  a  plume  of  three  feathers  all 
;  proper.  jMotto.  above,  "Spes 
I  fama  Sal  us,"  and  below  the 
i  Shield,  "  Immortalia  Spero." 
j        Matriculated  1 3'''  August  1 803. 

A  true  copy. 

(Signed)  R.  R.  Stodart, 

I/yon  Clerk  Depute. 
Lyon  Office,  6  Feb.  1885. 


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Jamks  Tytler  of 
Woodhouselee,  Esquire, 
Clei-k  to  His  Majestv's 
Signet    Principal  Col- 
lector of  Taxes  for  the 
County  of  Ediiiburah, 
and     Fellow    of  tlie 
Hojal  Society  of  Edin- 
biiruli,   second   son  of 
tlie  Honourable  Alexan- 
der Fi'a^^er  Tytlei-,  j.ord 
Woodhouselce,    one  of 
tlie    Senatoi-s    of  the 
College  of  Justice  and 
Lords  Connnissioners  of 
Justiciary,     by  Anne 
Kiaser,   Daughler  and 
Heiress     of  William 
Eraser      of  ]]elnain 
Es.juire,  which  Alexan- 
der Eraser  Tytler  was 
eldest  son  of  William 
Tytler  of  Woodhouselee 
Esquire  by  Anne  Craig, 
daughter  of  James  Craig 
of  Dal u air  I'] squire,  in 
right  of  whom  the  said 
Alexander  Eraser  Tytler 
was  served  one  of  the 
Heirs  Portioners  of  the 
late  General  Sir  James 

 "    IJ  ■  Henry   Craig,  G.C.B., 

" '       G^overnor    General  of 
North  America,  the  last 

w i  h £  a  1  ,1'd  r  of    hp  i       I  ^  ^'T}  '"'''^  ^'■'^^^'^  ''-^"g^ed  Azure 

W    an^i^     , u'  ^?  H  ^^^""'^       ^"        Matriculation  of  the  said 


Matriculated  the  Second  March  1824. 


(Signed)    Geo.  Clerk  Craigie, 

Lyon  Depute. 


true  copy. 

(Signed) 


Lyon  OlEce,  G  February  2  855. 


Pi.  Stodart, 

Lyon  Clerk  Depute. 


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^        TfiLLiAJi  Fraser- 
. ;     Ti-TLEE  of  Baliiaiii  in 
I     the  Countj  of  Inver- 
I     ness,  Esquire,  a  Deputy 
;     Lieutenant    and  Con- 
j     vener  of  tiiat  County 
i     and    Commandant  of 
I     the  Inverness  Artillery 
!     Tohmteers  liaviug-  pyQ. 
!     sented  a  Petition  °to  the 
Lord    Lyon    Kino-  of 
Arms  settiiio-  furti,'  ti,;,t 
,     he  is  the  third  and  eldest 
surviving  son  and  re- 
presentative of  the  kite 
William   Fraser  Tyrler 
of  Balnain  and  Bunh- 
,     yards,    Esquire,  Vice 
I     Lieutenant    and  Con- 
I     vener  of  the  County  of 
j     Livei-ness,  and  his  \vife 
1     Margaret  Cussans  only 
I     child   and    heiress  o'f 
i     George  Grant  of  Eurds- 
.     yards  in  the  County  of 
I     Elgin,   Esquire,  eldest 
sou  of  Patrick  Grant  of 
Glenmore  Esqiu're,  and 

.■     ^  '     Jiis  wife  Annie  M'^Wil- 

liani,     which  Patrick 

Honourable  Alexander  Fra^r  TvSr      f    l        '  s  father,  was  eldest  son  of  the 

imsmm 

msmmm 

the  families  of  Craio- of"  D^ia  r  iv  'Ir  nf  > 'V  his  representation  of 

liilSliiii 


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Crescents  Ardent,  for  Craig  of  Dalnair:  Third,  Qaarterly.  l^t  ^iid  4th  .^y,,,,^ 
a  Bend  enorailed  between  three  Frases  Argent ;  2"''  and  o'''^,' Argent,  three'Cntioin' 
Crowns  Gules,  all  within  a  Bordure  Argent,  for  Fraser  of  Balnain  :  Fourth*.  Guk-- 
three  Antique  Crowns  Or  within  a  Bordure  parted  per  pale  of  the  last  and*  Azure" 
for  Grant  of  Burdsyards.  Above  the  Shield  is  placed  a  Helmet  befitting  his  iV'^ree 
with  a  n'.antling  Gules  doubled  Argent,  and  upon  AVreaths  of  the  prcfper  LiveJit- 
are  set  the  two  following  Cuksts,  viz',  on  the  de.xter  side,  for  Tytler,  The  Eavs  r,f 
the  Sun  issuing  from  behind  a  Cloud  proper,  and  in  an  Escrol  over  the  same't'^iiis 
IMoTTO.  '"ficcuitus  non  e.xtinctus'' ;  and  on  the  sinister  side,  for  Fntser,  A  Sta!x"s 
Head  erased  proper,  and  in  an  Escrol  over  the  same  this  I\Iotto,  "Je  suis'prct 
Matriculated  of  new  tlie  S"'  day  of  May,  18G4. 

(Signed)    James  Eorimer, 
A  ti'uo  copy.  Lyon  Clerk. 

(Signed)    R.  R.  Stodart, 
Lyon  Ollice,  6  I'ebruarj  1885.  Lyon  Clerk  Depute. 


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GRANT  OF  ARMS  TO  JOHX  COSYN,  1647. 

To  all  and  Singuler  unto  whom  theise  presents  shall 
come  William  Ryley  Esq:  Norroy  King  of  Armes  of  the 
North^  pai-ts  of  England  beyond  the  Riuer  of  Trent 
sendeth  greetinge.  Wlieras  John  Cosyn  Esq:  being 
Alderman  and  one  of  his  Ala''"  Justices  of  the  Peace  for 
the  Towne  and  County  of  Newcastle  upon  Tyne  hath 
requested  me  to  signifie  and  assigne  unto  him  such  Armes 
as  he  may  Lawfully  beare  I  taking;  into  consideracon 
those  offices  of  Speciall  trust,  and  ci'edite  whicii  he  bearetli 
in  the  Comoii  Wealth  and  likewise  his  descent  and 
Family  &  tiie  Armes  they  have  fui'merly  borne  according 
r.o  the  [lower  and  authority  giuen  me  by  his  Ma^''^^  Letters 
Patents  of  inyne  Office  under  the  Great*e  Scale  of  England 
doe  by  t!;eise  P'sents  declare  that  the  said  John  Ct.syn 
may  beare  the  Armes  and  Creast  following.  Videlicet 
Ermyn,  a  cheuei'on  engrailled  parted  per  pale  or,  and 
Sable  And  for  his  Creast  on  an  helme  mantled  gules 
doubled  argent  and  a  wreath  or,  and  Sable  a  Lyon 
rampant  [Ids  tayle  fourche  nowee  buttonee  Lozengee] 
Argent  guttee  gules  armed  and  Langued  of  the  same 
supporting  a  shielde  parted  per  pale  or,  and  Sable,  as  in 
,  ^  the  margent  hereof  more  liuelv  are  depicted  which 

armes  and  Creast  (as  is  before  declared)  I  the  said  Norroy  King  of  Armes  doe 
by  these  psents  assigne  and  confiime  to  the  said  John  Cosyn  and  the  descendants 
of  ins  body  Lawfully  begotten  to  he  by  them  borne  with  tlieire  due  diiferences 
according  to  the  Lawe  of  Arines  for  euer.  In  Witness  wherof  I  haue  unto  theise 
presents  affixed  the  Scale  of  myne  office  and  subscribed  my  name.  Dated  the 
IS"-  day  of  May  in  the  three  and  twentieth  yeare  of  the  Raigne  of  our  Soueraii^ne 
Lord  Charles  by  the  Grace  of  God  King  of  Great  Brittaine  France  and  Ireland 
Defender  of  the  laith,  &c.  Annoq'  Domini  1G47. 

_  No  seal  or  signature  ;  the  wording  has  been  slightly  altered  in  four  places,  and 
this  has  been  followed. 

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GRANT  OF  ARMS  TO  JOHN  HODGKTTS  OF  PRESTWOOD  CO 
STAFFORD,  ESQriRE,  AND  TO  THE  DESCENDANTS  OP  HIS 
LATE  FATHER  JOHN  HODGETTS  OP  SHUT  END,  CO  STAF- 
FORD, ESQUIRE,  G  OCTOBER  1768.*  ' 

T  vZl  v^^'  ^'""n  '^f fi'ese  presents  shall  come  Stephen  Mknin 
ri.t,f.  ^  I' ^''i''  ^'""'H^''^^  Ki,ig  of  Arms  and  Sir  Cuarles  TowxLEr  Kni-^hfc 
C  ajenc  ux  King  of  Arms  of  the  South  Ease  and  West  parts  of  England  fron  t  e 
River  [rent  southwards  se.vd  Oreetixg.  Whkre.v,.  those  ancient  Bado"s  o^ 
ensigns  of  Geunhty  commonly  called  or  known  by  the  name  of  Arms  hav  h^eto 
fore  been  and  still  are  continued  to  be  conferred  upon  dcserviuo-  p.rsous  to 
?n1?5;i'     ^  t'^^commou  sort  of  people  who  neither  ca.i  nor"mav  pretend 

to  use  the  n  w-.thout  lawful  a,.thor.ty.  AxD  whereas  John  Hodqetts  'of  Prest- 
wood  u,  the  Pansh  of  Swinford  Regis  &  Conuty  ,.f  Statibrd  Esquire  Hi.-h  She,  ff 
End  fn?hP  '"'-T^'"  '^''J^''  *  l.eirof  John  Hodgetts  of  Shut 

ot  \\  illiam  bendy  Esquire  hath  represented  unto  the  iiight  Hon.  Richard  Earl  of 
htarbornugh  deputy  with  the  P.oyal  approbation  to  the  most  noble  Edward  Duke 
of  .Norfolk  Earl  .Marshall  aud  hereditary  Marshall  of  England  that  he  enjoys  several 
considerable  estates  ir,  the  County  of  Stafford  in  virtue  of  the  las  \vi  ^^d 
Tes  amen    of  his  re  ation  Humphrey  Hodgetts  late  of  the  Borough  of  St  tfo  d 

hkVl         f        "°  ^'''I         ^''""r  '"^'^     ^''^        ^"^  ^^-l^^  '^^ed  for 

r'  ^?  v'  I  8-nles  and  azure  in  chief  3  birds  \n  base  a  fieur  de  lis  or  and  for 
-  Oie>t  a  \aggs  head  pierced  thro'  the  neck  with  an  arrow  ppr.    Which  arms 

bSnJ  /In'.?  i     M  ''7  "'''^       ^'^f  -^^"^  HOOGETTS  lie  is  desirc.us  of 

arnn  !  •  ^'^"'"'^  ^^i^  '^"i^'f^  ^he  favour  of  their  Lordships  warrant  for  our 

So,^^.n      A  ^  *        ^^^T"^""^'  "'^'^        '^'•^  descendants  of  his  Father 

and  1  b-^inn^  f/'T'''fH'^  his  Lordship  did  by  his  Warrant  under  his  hand 
and  seal  beanng  date  the  Sotii  day  of  September  last  past  direct  &  authorize  us  to 
vl;.  M-  n^l'  HOUGETT.S  the  said  Arms  &  Crest  with  some 

\  .  f  n  1  1  ''"i  I  ^'i',  "ecefsary  to  be  born  by  him  and  his  descendants 
r  /pTr.^    A  Father  Kxow  ye  therefore  that  we  the  said 

h<t,   ,1  '-^nd  Clarenceux  in  pursuance  of  the  consent  of  the  said  Earl  of  Scar- 

f    ^  '  I        ''"^'^  ^""'"''^  ^^^'^^'^l  offi^-f^s  to  each  of  us 

icpectr^ely  granted  under  the   Great   Seal   of  Great  Britain   Have  assigned 

:     IT'  ^^''""^  ""^"^        '^i'^  John  Hodgetts  Esquire  the  arms 

TlZ  f>7^  say-^3..;-e  on  a  chevron  hehreen  S  doves  in  cMef  and  a  fleur- 

de-Iys  in  ba,e  or  3  o'escents  vert.  Aud  for  the  Crest  on  the  wreath  of  the  colours 
^  f^oises  head  ermine  pier  ed  thro'  the  necl  wuh  a  spear  the  staff  broken  ppr. 
as  the  same  are  in  he  margin  hereof  more  plainly  depicted  to  be  bonie  &  used  or 
ever  hereafter  by  him  the  said  John  Hodgetts  &  his  descendancs  &  also  by 
the  ,lesceudants  of  h,s  Father  JoHX  Hodgetts  aforesaid  with  their  due  &  proper 
ditferences  accordmg  to  the  ancient  practice  &  custom  of  Arms  without  the  let  or 
mterruption  of  any  person  or  persons  whatsoever.  In  Witness  whereuf  we  the 
2r^^^''!\  '^^.^''f  fr^'C'^^'^,  Ki/^'S  OF  Arms  have  to  these  prese,its  subscribed 
our  names  &  atfixe.l  the  seals  of  our  several  offices  the  6th  dav  of  October  in  the 
RrL';n  r  George  3rd  by  the  Grace  of  GOD  King  of  Ureat 

LOPD  p'^r'       ' ^"'^  ^^'^ 


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'  Cran^cript  of  0mim  in  tljt  €mimt  lit^mtix 

of  MjtVt  from  151-7  to  1603.* 

AuDO  D'ui  1577. 

April  21  Ellyn  Liicocke  d.  of  Walter  and  Joan. 

June  12  Willyam  Muggins  s.  of  William  and  Marv. 

July  2.S  Hiizaberh  Lucocke  d.  of  Evcharde  and  Ao-nes. 

Alio-.  ]8  Elizabeth  GiyfTyn  d.  of  John  and  MabelL 

Sept.    4  Margaret  Battayll  d.  of  Thomas  and  .Margaret. 

Sept.  IG  John  Kene  s.  o'f  Thomas  and  Joan. 

Sept,  29  Mary  Mower  d.  of  John  and  Margaret. 

Oct.  28  Thomas  Clarke,  '•  his  mother  Ag-nes." 

Deo,    3  Margaret  Hooke  d.  of  John  and"  [?  Agnes]. 

Dec.  28  Joan  Boxall  d.  of  John  and  Joan. 

Feb.  28  Thomas  Chapman  s.  of  John  and  Katharyne. 

Feb.  23  ]\rargaret  Chennell  d.  of  Henry  and  Anne. 

Mar.  23  Elyzabeth  Thorneden  d,  of  Thomas  and  Rose, 


Anno  D'ni  1578. 

April  6  Jean  Parkhnrst  d,  of  Roberte  and  Margaret. 

May  17  John  Sandes  s.  of  John  and  Rose. 

May  25  Katharyne  Harmes  d.  of  George  and  Agues. 

Aug,    7  I\r- William  Creswell  s.  of  M'- Walter  and  Ell vn. 

Oct.  19  Joan  Sewer  d.  of  Thomas  and  Anne. 

Oct.  2i  Kychard  Baker  s.  of  Edward  and  Susan. 

Oct.   22  John  Crofter  s.  of  Symon  and  Christian. 

Nov,  16  Jean  Wyckes  d.  of  Georcre  and  A<rnes. 

Xov.  16  Margaret  Hunte  d.  of  John  and  Marcaret. 

Dec.    7  William  Gryffon  s.  of  M''  John  and  Mabell. 

Dec.  26  Elizabeth  Harwood  d.  of  Thomas  and  Mandeliii. 

Jan.    4  Elizabeth  Arnolde  d.  of  John  and  Margaret. 

Jan.    4  ^ifargaret  Arnolde  d.  of  John  and  Margaret. 

Feb.    3  Wylliara  Crochlone  s.  of  Richai-d  and  Alice. 

Mar.    8  Henry  White  s.  of  Henry  and  Sfargerv. 

"in  y«  April  5  .John  Stone's,  of  William'and  Allice. 
year  lo78."    April  5    Jean  Chennell  d.  of  Henrv  and  Amve. 


Anno  D'ni  1579. 

April  12  Wylliam  ffrauncf  s.  of  Olyver  and  Joan. 

July    5  Patyence  Bicknold  d.  of  Roger  and  Asrnes. 

Sept.  27  John  Rysbridger  s.  of  William  and  Katharine. 

Oct.    19  John  Wickes  s.  of  George  and  Agnes. 

Nov.  22  Elyzabeth  Chennell  d.  of  Edwar(fand  :\rargery. 

Jan.  24  Jean  Chennell  d.  of  Walter  and  Anne.      "  ' 

Jan.  24  Lettyse  Gad  d.  of  Lawrence  and  Allvce, 

Feb.  14  Mabell  Ellis  d.  of  Thomas  and  Marye. 

Mar.    1  Jean  Hooke  d.  of  John  and  Agnes. 


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Mar.  2  Agnes  Longhurste  d.  of  John  and  Maro-aret 

Jlar.  6  Donchie  Lucocke  d.  of  Walter  and  JoaS. 

Mar.  20  Margaret  Martir  d.  of  Lawrence  and  .Joan. 

Mar.  21  \\  alter  Peter  s.  of  Walter  and  Joan. 


Anno  D'ni  15S0. 

April  12    Thomas  Wellar  s.  of  Roger  and  Joan. 
April  1.5    Anne  Harmes  d.  of  George  and  Agnes. 
April  25    Honour  Wickes  d.  of  Xycholas  and  Joan 
May  27    Anne  Parkluirste  d.  of  John  and  Joan. 

May  29  .Thomas  Bicknall  s.  of  Anthonve  and  Christian 

June  12  John  White  s.  of  Edward  and  Pleasaunce. 

June  22  Margaret  Crofter  d.  of  Svmon  and  [?  Christiaul 

June  26  Mary  ffrannce  d.  of  Phillip  and  Amye. 

July  10  .Joan  Keeue  d.  of  Thomas  and  Joan' 

Aug.  21  Elizabeth  Sewer  d.  of  Thomas  and  Amye. 

Aug.  24  William  Maidman  s.  of  Henry  and  Agnes. 

Sept.    2  Betterice  Stone  d.  of  Edmund  and  A<?nes 

Nov.  28  John  Lucocke  s.  of  Hvchard  and  Aenes.  ' 

Dec.  28  Anne  Parkhurste  d.  of  Roberte  and^Maro-aret 

Jan.     1  Anne  Baxfoulde  d.  of  John  and  Joan.  " 

Feb.    2  Mabell  Stennell  d.  of  Henry  and  Agnes 


Anno  D'ni  1581. 

April  30  Henry  Hunte  s.  of  John  and  Margaret. 

June  18  Henry  White  s.  of  Edward  and  Pleasaunce. 

July  16  George  Redford  s.  of  John  and  .Jean. 

July  16  Margaret  Gatton  alias  Chapman  d.  of  John  and  Katharii 

Oct.     C  Lawrence  White  s.  of  Henry  and  ^largarie. 

Oct.  15  Anne  Kellsey  d.  of  Thomas  and  Anne. 

Oct.  15  Margaret  Chennell  d.  of  Henry  and  Amye 

Oct.  30  Roberte  Dulie  s.  of  Robert  and  Joan. 

Oct.  30  John  Dulie  s.  of  Robert  and  Joan. 

Xov.    5  Katharyne  Chamberlayne  d.  of  Jeames  and  Katharyne 

Dec.  28  Mary  ffairebroother  d.  of  Rychard  and  Mary. 

Feb.    2  Margaret  Wickes  d.  of  George  and  A'nies. 

Feb.  12  ^largery  Pvntar  d.  of  William  and  Elizabeth 

Mar.    6  Anne  Hooke  d.  of  John  and  Agues. 

Mar.  11  John  Greene  s.  of  Rychai'd  ancf  Margaret. 


Anno  D'ni  1582. 

April  15  Anne  Bicknall  d.  of  Roger  and  Agnes. 

April  17  Jean  Keene  d.  of  Thomas  and  Joan. 

April  25  ilargery  Ellis  d.  of  Thomas  and  :\rarv. 

May    1  J.jhti  Lippescorabe  s.  of  Rycharde  and  Maro-aret. 

May  2i  Anne  Chennell  d.  of  Walter  and  Agnes. 

June  13  Jean  Wickes  d.  of  Xycholas  and  Jone.  ' 

June  29  Margaret  Swyfte  d.  of  .John  and  Julyan. 

July    3  Katharine  ffrauncf  d.  of  John  and  Agnes. 

July    5  Jean  ffenne  d.  of  Henry  and  Ellyn. 

July  22  John  Redford  s.  of  Rycliard  and' Margaret. 

Aug.    5  Wylliam  Weller  s.  of 'Roger  and  Jone? 

Aug.  12  Wylliam  Chennell  s.  of  Edward  and  Margerv, 


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Sept.    3    Oliver  Lucocke  s.  of  Rychard  aud  Ao-nes. 
Sept.    9    Anthony  Gad  s.  of  Laurence  and  Alilce. 
Sept.  2-i    Margaret  Seaman  d.  of  Nycholas  and  Joan. 
Oct.     7    Josephe  Hunte  6.  of  John  and  Martraret 

"  Sonday  being  Oct.  li  "    William  Blackman  "  ye  soune  of  Mathewe  Blackman." 

[From  this  time  the  mother's  name  is  discontinued  till  1595.] 
Jan.    5    Robert  Crofter  s.  of  Symon. 
Jan.  30    Xjcholas  tfarley  s.  of  John. 
Mar.  10    John  Stonucll  s.  of  Henry. 

Anno  D'ni  1583. 
April  29    John  White  s.  of  Edward. 

Whitsondaie  being  May  19  "    John  i3icknoll  s.  of  Anthony 
June    5    Margaret  Tydie  d.  of  Raphe. 
July    7    Dorothie  Peter  d.  of  Walter. 
July  28    Jean  Walter  d.  of  John,  the  elder. 
Aug.  13    Jeames  Warner  s.  of  John,  the  younger. 
"  Soodaye  being  Sept.  1  "    A-rnes  Wickes'd.  of  Georo-e 
Sunday,  Sept.  22    Walter  Lucocke  s.  of  Rvchard.  ^ 
Sunday,  Oct.     6    Edward  Venne  s.  of  Henry. 
Jan.    1    Margaret  ICellsey  d.  of  Thomas. 

Anno  D'ni  1584. 
Feb.    2    John  Hampshere  s.  of  John. 
Feb.  24    Walter  Swyfte  6.  of  John. 
Feb.  2-4    Mylicent  Hooka  d.  of  John. 
"  Sundaie  being  Mar.  1  "    Agnes  Gatton  d.  of  John. 
''  Sunday  being  Mar.  7  "  *    Joan  ffayrebroother  d.  of  Richard 
Mar.  2o    Katharine  Seaman  d.  of  Nicholas. 

''Sundaie  being  Mar.  29  "    Joan  Lippescombe  d.  of  Richard  ^  . 

July  26    Wyllyam  Pounter  s.  of  Wylliam. 

Aug.    7    Edward  Parkhurst  s.  of  Robert. 

Aug.  16    Pleasaunce  White  d.  of  Henry. 

Sept.    1    George  Blackman  s.  of  Mathewe. 

"  Soudaye  Sept.  13  "    Jean  Redford  d.  of  John. 

Sept.  17    Dorioliy  Risbridger  d.  of  William. 

Sept.  24    Henry  Yenne  s.  of  Henry  V.  of  Gomshell. 

Oct.    4    John  Venne  s.  of  Henry  V.  of  Cottelles. 

Oct.     4    Margaret  Keen  d.  of  Thomas  Keene. 

Nov.  15    Thomas  Dudley  s.  of  Uoberte. 

"  Sondaie  Dec.  27  "    Edward  Lucocke  s.  of  Richard. 

Jan.    3    Anne  Person  d.  of  John. 

Jan.  10    Joan  Eaurence  d.  of  Robert. 

Jan.  13    Joan  Ellice  d.  of  Thomas. 

"Sondaie  Jan.  17  "    Robert  Cockes  s.  of  Peter. 

Jan.  31    Thomas  Chennell  s.  of  Edward. 

"  Sondaie  Mar.  21  "    Thomas  Kellsey  s.  of  Thomas. 

Anno  D'ni  1585. 
July  11    Agnes  Belldara  d.  of  Edward. 
Aug.  15    John  Leyet  s.  of  John. 
Sept.  12    Elizabeth  Parkhurst  d.  of  Edward. 


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Oct.  15  Elizabeth  Stonnell  d.  of  Henry 

Oct.  28  John  Bicknoll  s.  of  Ro£rer.  ' 

Nov,  30  Mar--arec  Bai-rec  d.  of  John. 

Dec.    7  Agnes  Hampsheere  d.  of  John. 

Dec.  20  ffi-auncf  Allen  s.  of  John. 

Dec.  21  Edward  White  ?.  of  Edward. 

Jan.     9  Allice  Lucocke  d.  of  Walter. 

Jan.  30  John  Ponter  s.  of  William  Punter. 

Feb.  13  Henrv  Crofcer  s.  of  Svmon. 

Feb.  20  John  Hooke  s.  of  John. 

Mar.  13  Anne  ffajrebroother  d.  of  Rvchard. 

Anno  D'ni  1586. 

May    1  Julyan  Tjdie  d.  of  Rafe. 

May    1  Margaret  White  d,  of  William. 

May    8  Anthouie  Bicknall  s.  of  Authonie. 

Aug.  14  George  Harmes  s.  of  George. 

Sept.   4  Agnes  Cockf  d.  of  Peter. 

Oct.     9  Margaret  Lawborne  d.  of  Richard. 

Oct.  30  Elizabeth  Peter  d.  of  Walter. 

^ov.    e  Thomas  Keeue  s.  of  Thomas 

Dec.    9  Joan  Blackinan  d.  of  3Iatbewe. 

Dec.  18  Allice  Levet  d.  of  Edward. 

Dec.  18  Margaret  Lippescombe  d.  of  Rychard. 

Mar.  19  Thomas  Wellar  s.  of  John. 


Anno  D'ni  1587. 

April  9  John  Bicknoll  s.  of  Roger. 

April  9  Joan  Lawrence  d.  of  Rychard. 

April  23  Agnes  Bicknall  d.  of  Georo-e. 

June  18  Ehzabeth  Martar  d.  of  Lawrence 

July  30  Jean  Parkhurste  d.  of  Edward. 

Aug.  27  John  Allen  s.  of  John. 

>Sept.  10  Agnes  Lucocke  d.  of  Rvchard 

Oct.    8  Rychard  Redford  s.  of  John. 

Oct.  15  Margaret  Kellsey  d.  of  Thomas. 

Oct.  22  Elizabeth  Stone  d.  of  John 

Xov.  26  Anne  White  d.  of  Henrv. 

Dec.    3  Agnes  Kerrill  d.  of  Edward  Kirrell. 

Dec.  17  Rychard  Steavens  s.  of  George. 

Jan.  21  John  Keene  s.  of  Thomas. 

Feb.  16  Thomas  Levet  s.  of  John. 

Feb.  23  Margaret  Stonell  d.  of  Henrv. 

Mar.    3  Joan  White  d.  of  Edward.  " 

Anno  D'ni  J588. 

Mar.  31  Thomas  Hooke  s.  of  John. 

May  12  Anne  Gad  d.  of  Lawrance. 

May  26  Thomas  Coi  s.  of  Peter. 

May  26  Gregory  Crofter  s.  of  Svmon, 

June    7  Dorithy  Maidman  d.  of  John. 

Aug.   4  Mf  Rychard  Braye  s.  of  M^  Reynoide 

Sept.   9  Elizabeth  Ellis  d.  of  Thomas. 

Oct.    6  Thomas  Pountar  s.  of  William, 


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Oct.  13  Agues  Laborne  d.  of  Rvchard. 

Occ.  IS  Anne  Bickuall  d.  of  An'tliony. 

Oct.  20  John  Peter  s.  of  Walter. 

Nov.  3  John  Redford  s.  of  John. 

Dec.  1  Mary  Steavens  d.  of  Thomas. 

I>ec.  S  Dorithy  Blackman  d.  of  Mathewe. 

Dec.  15  Betcerice  Barrat  d.  of  Johu. 

Dec.  26  William  White  s.  of  William. 

Feb.  24  Walter  Lippescoiube  s.  of  Eychard. 

Feb.  25  George  Parkhurst  s.  of  Edward. 

Anno  D'ni  1589. 

April  18  Mary  Wickes  d.  of  George. 

April  20  Thomas  Lucocke  s.  of  Walter. 

April  20  Katharyne  Warner  d.  of  John. 

April  30  Joan  Jfaidman  d.  of  John. 

May    4  John  Killer  s.  of  John. 

May  25  Mystris  Mary  Mooselev  d.  of  M'' John. 

June    1  Robert  Lucocke  s.  of  Evchard. 

June    1  William  Lucocke  s.  of  Rvchard. 

Sept.  21  George  Bicknall  s.  of  George. 

Nov.    2  Thomas  Hunte  s.  of  Rvchard. 

Jan.  11  Elizabeth  Levet  d.  of  Edward. 

Feb.    8  John  Gatton  s.  of  John. 

Anno  D'ni  1590. 

Mar.  29  Dorithy  Gatton  d.  of  Georc^e. 

April  17  Jeames  Co:ce  s.  of  Peter.  ° 

April  19  John  ffavrebroother  s.  of  Rychard 

April  19  Katharyne  Marter  d.  of  Lawrfuce."  " 

May  23  Robert  Levet  s.  of  John. 

June    8  Katharine  AVhite  d.  of  Edward. 

June    9  William  Kellsey  s.  of  Thoma?. 

June  U  Anne  Keen  d.  of  Thomas. 

June  29  Walter  Allvn  s.  of  Joliii  Allin 

Aug.  30  Edward  Iledford  s.  of  John. 

Aug.  30  Maudelvn  Kellsev  d.  of  John 

Sept.  20  John  Barrat  s.  of  John. 

Oct.  10  Owyti  Warricke  s.  of  Anthony 

Oct.  25  Agnes  Stone  d.  of  John. 

Nov.  20  Agnes  Scouncll  d.  of  Henry. 

Nov.  29  Walter  Pantar  s.  of  William. 

Dec.  13  Anne  Pai-kluirste  d.  of  Edward 

Dec.  20  Thomas  Slarkes  s.  of  John. 

Jan.  10  George  Browne  s.  of  Browne. 

Jan.  17  Anne  ILjlden  d.  of  Jeames. 

Jan.  31  John  Mabancke  s.. of  Jeames. 

Feb.  U  Eiiin  Blackman  d.  of  Mathewe 

Mar.    7  Anne  Redford  d.  of  George. 

Mar.  12  Rychard  ffraunce  s.  of  Thomas. 

Anno  D'ni  1591. 
Mar.  25    John  Lowycke  s.  of  John. 
April  13    Roberte  Groue  s.  of  Christopher 
April  11    .John  Smyther  s.  of  John 
April  18    Mary  Hyilar  d.  of  John. 


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May    9  Rycliard  Hooke  s.  of  John. 

May  10  William  Brette  s.  of  Thomas. 

Aug.  15  Henry  Cheunell  p.  of  John. 

Aug.  15  Edmnnd  Kvrrell  s.  of  Edward. 

Sept.  26  Agnes  Harper  d.  of  John. 

Oct.   17  Henry  Maidman  s.  of  John. 

Oct.  24:  Mystris  Anne  Bray  d.  of  M'  Reynolde. 

Occ.  24:  George  Wickes  s.  of  Geuree. 

Nov.  30  Katharyne  Slarkes  d.  of  John. 

Dec.  19  Rychard  a  Stone  s.  of  Henrv  A  Stone. 

Mar.  19  John  Blackmau  s.  of  Mathe"we. 

Anno  D'ni  1592. 

Jnne    4  John  ffraunces  s.  of  Thomas. 

July  16  Hughe  Bicknall  s.  of  Thomas. 

Aug.  20  Margaret  Gatton  d.  of  John. 

Sept.  14  Anne  White  d.  of  Wylliam. 

Oct.     1  John  Kellsey  s.  of  John.  ■  ' 

Oct.  18  Anne  Stone  d.  of  Robert. 

Nov.  12  Eychard  Longhurste  s.  of  Walter. 

Nov.  19  Sara  Levetted.  of  Edward. 

Jan.     8  Joan  Barrat  d.  of  John. 

Jan.  14  George  Kellsey  s.  of  Thomas. 

Jan.  28  William  Redford  s.  of  George. 

.  Feb.  25  Anne  Chenuell  d.  of  John. 

Feb.  28  Sara  Brette  d.  of  Thomas. 

Mar.  14  Allice  A  Stone  d.  of  Henry  A  S 

Anno  D'ni  1593. 

April  22  Sara  Coxe  d.  of  John. 

^hiy    2  Katharyne  Maidman  d.  of  John. 

May  27  Pleasaunce  White  d.  of  William. 

June  11  Rafe  Ventris. 

June  24  Elizabeth  Houlden. 

July    1  Maudelyn  ffarlev  d.  of  John. 

Aug.  19  Olyver  Gatton  s!  of  Geor-re. 

Oct.  15  Martha  Goodwyn  d.  of  Bartholoraewe. 

Jan.     1  John  White  (borne  &  Christened)  s.  of  Henry. 

Jan.  20  Katharine  ffraunces  d.  of  Thomas. 

Jan.  28  :\rary  Gacton  d.  of  John  G.  alius  Chapman. 

Mar.  21  Agues  Heathe  d.  of  Cutbeard  H. 

Mar.  24  John  A  Stone  g.  of  Henry. 

Anno  D'ni  1594. 

April  14  Margaret  Daye  d.  of  Edward. 

April  14  Katharine  Stounell  d.  of  Henry. 

April  21  Elizabeth  Lowycke  d.  of  John. 

April  22  George  Chenneli  s.  of  George. 

May    9  Jeames  Chasemore  s.  of  John. 

May  26  Henry  Steavens  s.  of  George. 

Anno  D'ni  1595. 
Nov.  2  George  Upfoulde  s.  of  John  and  Jean. 
Nov.    2    .Jean  White  d.  of  Wylliara  and  Julian. 


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Nov.    9  Jean  Chasemore  d.  of  Jolin  and  Jean. 

■Uec.    2  Jean  Barrat. 

?r''^"  li  :V'«e^^^bancked.  of  Jeatucsand  Anne. 

I^rar.  20  Margaret  Heafche  d.  of  Catberd  and  Joan. 

Anno  D'ni  1596. 
June   6    Walter  Chennell  s.  of  Walter  and  Anne 

Jiilj  25  Margaret  Chennell  d.  of  John  and  Elizabeth 

bept.  1 ,  Joan  Hunte  d.  of  Eoberte  and  A-^nes 

bept.   0  George  Goddard  s.  of  Anthony  and  Wynvfride 

Oct    ■>4  /  ^^fit^harine  Chennell  |       .  .  ,        ,  " 

1  Joan  Chennell        |  ^-     'J^''"  Agnes. 

■•■  Dec.  26  Thomas  Harper  s.  of  John  and  Anne 

Jan.  29  Joan  Kirrell  d.  of  Edward  and  Lettice. 

Feb.    8  John  Gatton  s.  of  George. 

Feb.    8  Margaret  Gatton  d.  of  George. 

Feb.  13  John  Underwood  s.  of  Rychard  and  Mary 

Feb.  20  George  Tickiior  s.  of  Henry  and  Mary. 

Mai-.  20  Edward  Daie  s.  of  Edward  and  Joan. 

Anno  D'ni  1597. 

April  2i    Koberie  Stone  s.  of  Roberte  and  Mary 

April  30  George  Maxborne  s.  of  Richard  and  Anne 

May    1    Elizabeth  White  d.  of  John  and  A-ne^ 

May    8  Margaret  Redford  d.  of  George  and°  Alllce. 

feept.   1    Hanna  .Snappall  d.  of  Peter 

w'  9-  "/"''-ira  Dudley  s.  of  Christopher  and  Alliee. 

bept.  2o  Thomas  m-aunces  s.  of  Thomas  and  Cicilye. 

<Jct.     2  Heniy  A  Stone  s.  of  flenry 

Oct.  30  Elizabeth  Chennell  d.  of  John  and  Elizabeth. 

^ov.    6  Mary  U  oodes  d.  of  Rychard  and  Dorithie. 

Aov.  13  Rychard  Kellsey  s.  of  John 

jZ'  %  of  Rychard  and  Margaret. 

T«n"  90  f  ^'■P'''^^  ^.'^"tf     Of  Roberte  and  Agnes! 

Jan.  29  Anthonye  Slarckes  s.  of  Edward 

Feb.    5  RoberteUpfouldes.  of  Johnand  Jeau. 

teb.  19  Margaret  Grittesc  d.  of  Thomas  and  .Joan. 

Feb.  28  John  Redford  s.  of  John  and  Jean. 

Anno  D'ni  1598. 

|^'^:!"I^™fkerd.  of  Roberte  and  Margaret.  ' 

In  '^    I  J   ~t  ^^^j^^-^'"^''*^  d.  of  John  and  Jean. 

July    2  Anne  Belldam  d.  of  Thomas  and  Jean. 

Ju  y    9  Joan  Harmes  d.  of  Elizabeth  H 

July  23  John  Stone  s.  of  John  and  Dorithie. 

fef^pt.  10  John  Evans  s.  of  John  and  Allice 

Sept.  24  John  Bicknolde  s.  of  Georo-e 

y^^-  \l  S?"  Sfavens  s.  of  Thomas  and  Mary. 

Jan.  28  Ellin  W  hite  d.  of  John  and  Elizabeth. 

Feb.    2  George  Chennell  s.  of  .John  and  Elizabeth. 

J  eb.  19  John  Gad  s.  of  Rychard  and  Joan. 

Mar.    4  John  Steavens  s.  of  Georo-e 

Mar.  18  Dorithye  Roger  d.  of  Edward  and  A-nes. 


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Feb.  17 
Feb.  17 
Mar.  2 


Anno  D'ni  1599. 

April  8    Anne  Cooke  d.  of  Thomas  and  Mar^-aret 
^^pvil  15    Jean  Davy  d.  of  John. 

April  15    John  Goddard  s.  of  Anthuuve  and  Wvnyfride 
ApnJ  22    Jean  ffuller  d.  of  Thomas  aad  Elizabetl'i. 
Alay  28    Henry  Scoue  s.  of  Koberte  and  Mary 
Oct.     7    John  Brockwell  s.  of  Henry  and  R.we 
Oct.  lo    Jeau  Grictest  d.  of  Thomas  and  Joan 
vl'  ^1    4""'  '^e'-  i^'^ti^^'i-  ti'en  Che  Myuister  of  Abjno-er 

f  b   1?    Olv?  1  y^-^-i^'-nd  Katharine! 

-teD.  1/    Olyver  ^ewer  s.  of  Margai'et. 

Jeames.  Kellsey  s.  of  John  and  EJizabeth 
Agues  White  d.  of  John  and  Agnes. 
Anne  Masborne  d.  of  Kychard  and  Anne 
Mar.    9    John  Brooker  s.  of  Roberts  and  Margaret. 

Anno  D'ni  1600. 

June  29  Joan  ffraunces  d.  of  Thomas  and  Cicvlve 

July  20  Jean  Upfoulde  d.  of  John  and  Jean. 

Aug.  17  Anne  Neel  d.  of  John  and  Joan. 

Aug.  17  Jeames  Cooke  s.  of  Thomas  and  AUice 

Aug.  24  Rychard  Mabancke  s.  of  Jeames  and  Anne. 

Aug.  ol  John  Daye  s.  of  Edward  and  Joan, 

bepc.   7  Wylham  Sceavens  s.  of  Thomas  and  Mary 

^ov.  16  ffrauucis  Gad  d.  of  Ptychard  and  Joan 

Dec.  26  Ehzabech  ffuUer  d.  of  Thomas  and  Elizabeth, 

^eb.  lo  Henry  Stone  s.  of  Eoberte  and  Mary 

l^l'  iJ^P' ^'■^^'lolde  <i.  of  Rychard  and  Lettice. 

Feb.  22  Robert  Slarckes  s.  of  Edward 

Feb.  24  Edward  Chennell  s.  of  John  and  Eh'zabeih 

Mar.    2  Margaret  Brighte  d.  of  Thomas. 

Mar.  lo  Joan  Rysbridger  d.  of  John  and  Joan. 

Anno  D'ni  1601. 

May  17  Thomas  Seaman  s.  of  Thomas. 

June    7  Jeames  Bickuolde  s.  of  George. 

Sept.  13  Thomas  Beldam  s.  of 'J'homas.' 

Oct.    4  Jeames  Chasemore  s.  of  John. 

Oct.   11  Thomas  Gritcest  s.  of  Thomas  and  Joan 

Oct.  11  Thomas  White  s.  of  Edward  and  Maro-aret 

Oct.  18  Richard  Blackman  s.  of  Mathewe 

Oct.  21  Mai-y  Courtis  d.  of  William  and  -Joan. 

Nov.    8  Joan  Hunte  d.  of  George  and  Joan 

Nov.  17  Richard  Stone  s.  of  John. 

Nov.  30  Anne  Hunte  d.  of  Jeames. 

Dec.  13  John  White  s.  of  John  and  Elizabeth 

Feb.  11  Anne  Steavens  d.  of  Tiiomas  and  Mary. 

Feb.  28  Katharine  Goddard  d.  of  Anthonie  and  Wenyfride. 

Feb.  28  Margaret  ffuller  d.  of  Thomas  and  Elizabeth. 


Anno  D'ni  1602. 

May    9    John  Harper  s.  of  John  and  Anne. 
May  25    Henry  Stone  s.  of  Henry  and  Margaret. 
Aug.  25    Thomas  Need  s.  of  John  and  Joan 


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Feb.    2  Anne  Bicknolde  d.  of  Richard  and  Lettice. 

teb.  21  John  Davy  s.  of  Johu  and  Elljn. 

Feb.  21  Antiiony  Brooker  s.  of  Roberte  and  Mur-aret 

^eb.  27  Roberte  Chennell  s.  of  John  and  EHzabecb. 

Mar.  11  Joan  Maxbourne  d.  of  Richard  and  Anne. 

Anno  D'ni  1603. 

April  25  Thomas  Sewer  s.  of  John  and  Agnes. 

April  25  Joan  Jacksonne  d.  of  Rychard  and  Joan 

April  26  Anne  Evans  d.  of  John  and  Allice. 

May  10  Dorichy  Rysbridsrer  d.  of  John  and  Joan 

May  15  Elizabeth  Stone  d.  of  John  and  Elizabeth 

Jane    3  George  White. 

June  20  Margaret  Jones  d.  of  William  and  Joan. 

June  25  Lawrence  Bickuolde. 

July  24  Jeames  A  Stoue  s.  of  Roberte  and  :\rar7. 

July  25  Jeames  ffrauncis  s.  of  Thomas  and  Cycilie. 

Aug.  14  John  Harper  s.  of  John  and  Amey. 

Aug,  15  Edward  Seaman  s.  of  Thomas  and  Joan 

Sept.  11  Robert  Huute  s.  of  George  and  Joan. 

Sept.  18  John  Cooke  s.  of  Thomas  and  Allice. 

Sept.  25  Elizabeth  Kellsey  d.  of  John  and  Elizabeth 


Here  end  the  Entries  copied  by  order  of  Convocation. 


(To  he  continued.) 


Sl3tinitia  to  t\)t  \m\\xm  mmnximn  of  mnmt): 
ixmx  Siarlcuin  jll^.  1076  in  t|)e 

Continued  from  p.  216. 


[Harl.  1076,  fo.  184'^.] 
arge,r'''~''^''''^^''  ^^'.^^/^^^--rfe-//.  or,  three,  tivo  and  one,  mlhin  a  bordure  engrailed 


Jo  Lindfeild^ 
.n^  ^vch  church  some  of  his  | 

ana  naa  u.sue.  Ancestors  are  buried  with  Monum'^ 


Tho :  Mascall  1  son  dyed  s.p.    Richard  Mascall  Bur.  in  Wivelsfeild  with  his  Arms.=p 


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Jolni  2. 


-T-  '  

Nichol:  Mascall  eldest  son  [living  at=pAg-o-as  sist.  of  Robt.  Peterson 
death  of  sou  John*].  I  last  Prior  of  Lewes. 


Robert 
oh.  s.p. 


Ml" 

Xicliolas 

John 

Edw. 


Jo:  Mascall  of  Sherino-ton  20  :\Tnrcii  38  Q. ^Dorothy  da.  of  Walt  More 
Ehz.  [died  li  jrch,  Inq.  P.M.  C,  Dec.  L  of  Wivelsfeild 
82  Eliz.  (1580)*].  Sussex. 


Walter  Mascall  of  Lewis  [aped  9  vrs==Rose  da. 
2  months  and  8  days  at  death '  of  '  of  Tho.' 
s.p.      father*]  mar.  to  his"-2'i  wife  Katiier.  j  Aynscomb 
d.  of  Hen:  Bufkinj  of  Gore  Coui-t  I  1  wife.i 
in  Kent.  i 


Franc  :  ]\Tn«;- 
call  of  Tot- 
tenham in 
com.  Jlidd''. 


Thomas  §  1  sonne=  [Kath.  da.  of  Rich.  Lee  of 
[of  Send  in  co.  Woking  co.  Surrey,  gent.] 
Surrey*]. 


John  2. 


[Harl.  107C,  fo.  185.] 

Arms. — Anient,  Ihrec  grei/houmh  courant  in  pale  sable,  collcered  or,  hetivcen  ten 
crosses  patlee  fitchee  of  the  second. 

Crest. — A  dragon's  head  erased  or,  peHettee. 

Sr  Walter  Smith  of  Shelford=p.  .  .  .  da.  of  ...  .  Ferris  [?  Ferrers] 
in  CO.  Warw.  Kt.  I  of  Tarn  worth  in  co.  Warw. 


.  .  .  .  da.  of  .  .  .  .=pRich.  Smith  of  Slielford=pDorothy  da:  of  Ric :  Wallop  in  co. 
Stafford.  in  co.  Warw.  j  Xortht.'    2  wife. 


Mary  ux.  Geo  :  Littleton  Sir  Jo  :  Smith=Ann  eldest  da :  of  Sir  Nich.  Parker 

sou  of  S^  John  Lict.leton  now  of  Crabett  of  Ratton  in  com.  Sussex  [widow 
of  Stafford  Kt.  in  com.  Suss.  Kt.    of  Adrian  Moore  of  Odiamjl]. 

It  a])pears  sett  under  the  hand  of  M^  Molineux  blue"  K.  of  Armes  of  Irland 
that  S^  John  Smith  was  Knighted  in  L-land  5  day  nf  Xouemb  16U  by  the  Lo- 
Chichester  Baron  of  Tklfast  y"  Lo.  Depn?  of  Irland." 

*  "Sussex  Inq.  Post  Mortem."    {Sussex  Record  Soc.) 

t  For  Biiffkin  Pedigree  see  "  Visitation  of  Su.-.sex,"  vol.  liii.,  p.  188.    (Harl.  Soc  ) 
X  Aynscombe  Pedigree,  see  "  YiMbttion  of  Susse.x,"  vol.  liii.,  p.  198.    {Barl.  Soc.) 
§  Thomas  is  sriven  as  issue  by  second  wife  iii  "  Visitation  of  Surrey,  1662-8." 
li  See  Parker  Pedigree,  "  Visitation  of  Sussex,"  p.  22.    {Rarl.  Soe.) 


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GFA'RALOGICAL  EXTRACTS  FROM  SIXTEENTH-CEXTrEY  ^YILES 
IX  THE  COXSISTOEY  COURT  AT  CANTERBURY/ 
VOLUME  XI Y. 

the  1  ^^f  of  Sandherst,  Gent.    To  be  buried  in  the  chancel  of 

T        5      1  '"'^'^  ''I  Sandherst  aforesaid.    His  wife  Beatrice.  Jane 

Fvn  ' hp  TIT    ^t'''  ^^"'^^^   ^"^^   ^^^^^hoh,s   his  sons. 

:    r  '^"'^V^^Ser  Tvve.ynden  h.s  Executors.    His  feoffees  to  enfeofTe 

o  oVwi  lrl^'l  ^^^^"^f  '^''^  ^^-'f^'  ^^'^"Shter  of  Thomas  Bettenham,  in  hi 
n  anoi  of  hathngton  and  his  tenement  of  Wode  I^lace  with  other  lands  tenements 
etc.,  ,n  Hat  el  Sedelscombe,  Mondefeld  and  Whatlin^^ton,  excep  t  e  Srand 
tenements  w.th.n  the  Borow  of  Battel,  to  the  yerely  value  o  10  li  to  hold  o  the"n 
EvSl'"'?-;''T'V'^""  hi^^on  fn  like  tail,  remai  d      o  He 

Th  ?  af  er  f  'f^™'^''  to  ^^jcholas  Fynche  his  son  and  his  heirs  fo,'  ever 
Iha  after  the  death  of  h,m  and  his  wife  that  Xicholas  Fvnche  his  son  shall  have 
his  ands  and  tenements  in  Pluckley  to  him  and  his  heir^  in  flee  sinTple  fo  ver 
of  h  s  wm"/r'i?n^'r":'v"  ^y^r'^^  ^^and  in  feoffees  hands  to  the  PSmance' 
Deif ornT  i .  w7l  H     t nP'  ''  t  '"'"'^"'^^  '"^"^  suffer  his  Executors  to 

m  JT.   '        i  H''^  Laurence  Lord  Abbat  of  Battel  shall  order  that 

Take  the  n  flT'T'fu  ^        ^"'^  '^'^'''^^  ^'i'^^  tliat  his  feoffees 

^ccordh,<?  tcf  h  .      r  \'^''  ^         ^"^^  ^^'^  ^^^"^      b«  bestowed 

st  r  Tl  £  f  .     ,   '  that  3  years  so  that  he  offend  no  more  to  make  a 

state  thereof  to  the  said  Herbert  Fynche  and  to  his  eldest  son  heire  male  and  so 
ft-om  one  to  another,  and  for  default  of  such  issue  the  remainder  thereof  o' Walter 
Fjnche  to  nis  e  dest  son  male  and  so  lineally  from  heir  to  heir.    Also  he  wills  t  a[ 

P-UvS  to"he"="ff'  t''  ''^'^       Sandherst  that  he  b  gh 

P.ityi  den  to  her  and  her  heirs  for  ever.    He  wills  that  Edward  Fynche  his  son 

he  3  .i-oaJh"''  f  p'?  iV'  ^'^^'-'-f  Eweh.rst  and  his  lands  and  tenements  w  th  n 
his  ands  fid  tJt  '"'^  -^"^  he  also  wills  to  him  all 

h  m  .nd  hi  W      f         '  'T'''''      Wittresham  and  Stone  and  Lyd  to 

him  and  hi.  heirs  for  evermore.    Dated  l(j  March  1523.    Proved  1  June  1524. 

Wife'^'j^ane  ^Trt\?''^'',^''  the  younger  To  be  b'nried  in  Reculver  Churchyard. 
V  ife  Joane.  Son  Alexander.  Brother  Leonard.  Proved  30  May  15-->4  [For 
other  Germa)i  wills  see    Archajologia  Cantiana,"  vol.  sxxii.] 

f^'  Po^'SHE  of  Xorbornc.    To  be  buried  in  the  Church  aforesaid 

H.^-1l  f  p'"'"\'^  our  Lady  of  Grace  there.  Joane  his  wife.  Ro4r  1  is  son 
Ln        \ o^T^ll'  r  Bettyshangre  with  the  lands  thereto  be!  ng  Sg. 

Tnhni  .nn     T  ^l'  ^''^^'•^'^  ^'th  the  lands  thereto  belono-in° 

John  his  son.  Joane  his  wife  shall  have  his  place  at  Fynglisham  till  his  son  John 
^ifZ  r''-  his  son  his  place  at  Deal  wit   the  llnds 

thereto  belonging  when  he  comes  to  the  age  of  20  years.    Xtian  and  A^nes  his 
daughters.    Dated  20  Dec.  1521.    Proved  14  June  1524.  ° 

V.;c  v'  ^'■n^^^''''  n^-^'<^f  of  Apuldore.  Alice  his  wife  to  her  and  her  assi-ns 
Ivin^  V'" ''"p '/r^  "^r'''  ^'""^  ^^hich  he  holds  of  the  PHor  of  Do^  r 
"I^ll^  'pToved'4la^/fSLwi™.^^"  ^"^^"^"^       ^^^^    ^^^^^  ^'^^ 

-         *  Continued  from  p.  222, 


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271 


fo.  44.  JoHX  BuLLYXG  of  Godmersluim.  To  be  buried  in  the  chnrchyard 
theye  under  the  stone  at  the  south  side  of  the  church  where  his  grandfather  lieth, 
which  he  wills  that  his  executrix  do  undrepyn  aud  exalt  conyeniciit  for  men  to  sit 
u})iiii  as  it  beseemvth.  Joane  his  wife.  'Elizabeth  and  Barbara  his  daughters. 
Proved  12  Dec.  1524. 


fo.  61.  Richard  Syd.vy  of  Egerton.  "Wills  that  liis  feoffees  deliver  to  the 
churchwardens  of  Egerton  a  suflicient  estate  of  and  in  a  piece  of  land  called 
Yokcfelde  to  be  had  for  ever  co  the  said  wai'dens  and  to  their  successors  then  being 
wardens  of  the  said  church  of  Egerton.  To  ]\rargi)ret  his  wife  his  niessu;ige  and 
laiidys  called  Bullgamyshylls  in  the  parish  of  Wastwele  to  her  her  heirs  and  assigns 
for  ever.    Dated  26  April"  1524.    Proved  25  Oct.  following. 


fo.  58.  Robert  Staplegate  of  the  parish  of  St.  Alphe,  Canterbury.  To  be 
buried  in  the  churchyard  of  >Sfc.  Austin's  besides  Canterbury.  The  hnmlet  of  Staple- 
gate.  Joane  his  mother  living  in  the  handet  of  Staplegate.  Joane  his  wife,  his 
tenements  in  the  said  hamlet. 


fo.  71.  -  SiMOX  Faxttxg  of  Hoth  churchyard.  WifV  Margaret.  Alice  dau.  of 
Thomas  Germin,  senior. 


fo.  73.  John  Broker  of  St.  Margaret's,  Canterbury.  To  be  buried  in  the 
said  church  before  Sr..  John's  Aultar  there.  Alice  his  "daughter.  Mawdlyn  his 
daughter.  Dorothy  his  wife.  To  Plenry  his  son  all  his  part  of  the  tenement  called 
Dysekey  and  Lyonkey,  all  his  lands  and  tenements  in  the  parishes  of  St.  Mary 
Castell  and  St.  .John's,  his  lands  an<l  tenements  at  the  Crabbe  and  all  his  lands  at 
Ashe  in  fee  simple  (one  house  that  he  bought  of  John  Fletcher  in  the  said  parish 
of  St.  Mary  Castell  and  one  other  house  at  the  Waterloke  in  the  Parish  of 
St,  Margaret's  excepted)  the  which  two  houses  so  excepted  he  gives  to  the  Maior 
and  Com'akie  of  the  City  of  Canterbury  and  to  their  successors  for  ever.  His 
messuage  wherein  John  Gonyngton  lately  dwelled  and  other  his  houses  and  tene- 
ments thereto  adjoining  or  otherwise  being  on  that  side  of  the  sti'eet  in  the  said 
parish  of  St.  Margaret's"  he  wills  to  be  sold.  ^  Dated  23  July  1521.  Proved  16  Dec. 
1524. 


fo.  76.  Thomas  KxATCHBULr.  of  :Mersham.  To  be  buried  in  the  church  of 
Mersham  next  behind  the  sepulture  of  his  father.  'J'o  the  church  of  Herst  vj^  viij''. 
His  two  sisters.  His  brother  John's  wife.  His  brother  John  Knatchbull  his 
residuary  legatee  and  Ex'or.    Proved  21  Feb.  15-J4. 


fo.  78.  Richard  Hall  of  Hothfield.  To  be  buried  in  the  parish  churchyard 
there.  His  daughters  Joane,  :\fai-gery,  Julian,  Elyn,  .Alvs  and  ^Mathell.  Ro'bert 
his  son.  Isabell  his  wife.  Rr.l.ert  Istustev  his  bro'ther  iri-law.  William  Hall  his 
brother.  To  Isabell  his  wife  his  messe'  and  garden  in  Hothfield  set  beside  the 
Pelery  for  term  of  her  life  after  which  he  wills  that  his  feoffees  infeffe  as  many 
honest  ]x;rsons  of  the  said  parish  as  learned  men  will  give  counsell  best  to 
be  done  to  the  intent  that  the  yerely  ferme  coming  from  thence  beyond  the 
reparations  and  rent  paid  shall  yerly  for  ever  go  to  the  maintaining  of  the  Rode 
Light  within  the_  said  parish.  John  Hall  his  father.  To  Robert  his  son  the 
messuage  he  lives  in  in  Hothfield  and  all  his  lands  except  2  pieces  called  Daniels  in 
Hothfield  and  Chart.    Proved  21  Feb.  1524.  .  , 


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fo.  87.  EoGER  Beeguove  of  llith.  Richardviie  his  wife.  Proved  8  March 
15?-!. 


fo.  90.  Alexander  Courtiiop  of  the  paiish  of  Cranebroke.  To  be  buried 
in  our^  Laddies  within  tlie  said  parish  Church.  William  and  Peter  his  sons. 
Catlierine,  Elizabe;li  and  Eleanor  his  daughters.  His  Lands  in  Cranbrooke,  ilaid- 
stone  and  Bedvnden.  He  wills  to  Katlierine  his  wife  his  pi'incipal  messuage  wherein 
he  now  dwells  witli  the  Dye  House  and  the  implements  tiiereunto  belonging-  and 
also  all  his  lamis,  tenements  and  woods  lying  upon  tlie  Dennes  of  Cranebroke  and 
Hadylden  to  hold  to  lier  and  lier  assigns  during  her  widowhood  the  Croft  which  he 
bought  of  Henry  Gebon  excrpteil.  On  condition  that  she  release  and  make  over  to 
his  feoffees  to  the  use  of  his  will  all  hei-  right  ;ind  claim  to  the  lands  and  tenements 
called  Hokeregge  and  all  other  lands  and  tenements  which  he  and  Katlierine  his 
wife  jointly  had  of  the  feofment  of  Robert  Foster  her  father,  which  said  lauds; 
called  Hokeregge  and  the  said  other  lands  aiid  tenements  he  wills  to  his  son 
Richard,  together  with  all  other  lands  therein  mentioned  Iving  on  the  other  side  of 
the  street  airainst  his  wood  called  Rreche  Wood  forthwith  those  lands  liberties  and 
fredoms  at  Hokrege  which  he  late  bought  of  Master  Wylford  to  hold  to  liim  in 
tail  male  with  liberty  in  failure  of  such  heirs  m  leave  the  same  by  will  to  cither  of 
his  said  bretheren.  To  William  his  son  at  the  age  of  22  yeai's  his  tenements  and 
lajids  called  Swyfts  and  all  his  lands  and  tenements,  mylle  and  pond  called  Hokrege 
irill  forthwith  the  lands,  liberties  and  freedoms  thereto  adjoining,  which  he  lale 
purchased  of  Master  Welford.  To  hold  to  his  said  son  in  tail  naale.  Remainder 
to  the  next  heirs  of  him  the  said  Alexandei-  other  than  the  said  William  his  son 
and  his  heii-s  male  as  aforesayd.  John  his  son.  Land  which  lie  bought  of  Gervas 
Carkerege  in  Cranebroke.    Proved  6  June  1.525. 


fo.  l.SO.  Richard  Towxley  of  Hcham.  Wife  Alice  his  house  and  garden 
during  her  life  after  which  the  same  to  belong  and  remain  for  ever  to  the  Parish 
Church  of  Hdiam  to  the  intent  that  the  ringing  to  curfew  may  be  for  ever  continued. 
Proved  4  Dec.  152.5.  ^  . 


fo.  1-IG.  William  Yve*  of  Hothe  in  the  parish  or  Recnlver.  To  be  buried 
in  the  porch  of  the  Chapel  of  Hoth.  Wife  Alice.  Daughter  i\rargery  wife  of 
William  Alyn.  Marione  his  daughter,  wife  of  John  Paramour.  Joane  wife  of 
Thomas  Whittals.  Elinor  daughter  of  Nicholas  Ive  and  Margai'et  wife  of  late 
Nicholas.  Residue  to  Alice  wife  of  James  Tong  and  Joane  wife  of  Robert  Hokei". 
Henry  Jenkyn,  son  of  wife  Alice. 


fo.  17-f.  Thomas  Germyn.  To  be  buried  in  Reculver  Chui-chyard  next  to 
sepulture  of  wife.  Agnes  Jakamyne,  my  sister's  daughter.  Wife  I\rargaret. 
Daughters  Alice,  Cecely.  Son  John.  Robert  Smith,  son  of  niv  sister.  Thomas 
and  Robert,  sons  of  brother  Nicholas  Gerniin.    Proved  17  Dec.  1726. 


fo.  209.  Thomas  Fokys  of  the  parish  of  St.  Martin  of  next  Canterbury.  To  be 
buried  in  the  Parish  Church  there  next  the  sepulture  of  his  uncle  Stephen  Fokys. 
Anne  his  wife.  Thomas  Fokys  his  father  then  living.  Stephen  and  Thomas  his 
sons.    Alys  his  daughter.    Dated  7  May  1526. 


(Jo  bt  continutd.') 


*  A  very  full  extract  of  this  will  is  printed  in  "  Archaeologia  Cantiana,"  vol.  xxxii. 


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273 


iLiDution  ^Srt^tgrtt^  anti  Coats  of  Srms 

FROM  ADD.  MS.  5533  AND  HARL.  MS.  1096. 

Continued  from  p.  220. 


[ITarl.  MS.  1090,  fo.  33.] 
Adam  Bevstou  of  London .=f 


Joane  da.  to  Stanbi'idge=Cuthbert  Bcyston  of  =  Alice,  d.  to  .  .  .  .  Lak 
ob.  s.p.  London  Girdler.         Yorkshire  ob.  s.p. 


of 


[Harl.  :^[S.  1096,  fo.  115^] 
William  Llackwull  of  London,  Towne-=pi\faro'eret  da.  of  Tliomas  Cmnpioii  of 
clarke  had  the  manner  of  Campion  ,  London  Merchant  Taylor  &  Saint/, 
in  Epping  com.  Essex  from  his  wines  '  Sister  of  John  Rake  [see  '"Vis.  of 
kindred.  i  London  1C33-4,  p.  134]. 


M  II 
Edward.  William. 

Thomas.  George, 


III  I 
Richard.    Anne  wife    Senee  wife  to  Mathew    Mary  wife  to 
to  ....       Draper    of    Camber-    William  Wal» 


Bacon. 


well. 


poole. 


[Hai-l.  MS.  109C,  fo.  93.] 
Arms. — Argeyit,  three  lird-holts  guk^i. 

Crest. — A  bird-holt  gules  Jcathered  argent,  inercing  a  fvn  or. 
Lawrence  Bolton  of  Bolton  in  Le  More  in  com.  Lancaster.^p 


John  Bolton  of  Tottenl  am  in  co.  Midd. 


Simon  Bolton  de  Tottenham=fJane  da.  of  Abiaham  Okeman  of  Tottenham. 


1.  .John  Bol- 
ton of  Tot- 
tenham. 


Elizabeth 
da.  of 
Hunt. 


John. 


2.  Abraham  B<^l[on  of  London  mar. 
Ellen  da.  of  Edwards. 


Salomon. 


Thomas  Bol- 
ton de  Hoi  II- 
sey. 


Anne.         Snzan.    Jane  mar.  to  Tho-  ilarj  maried  JIargaret   m.   to  Tho. 

—  mas  Brewer  of  to  Francis  Bening  of  Tottenham. 

Elizabeth.  London.  Bening. 

VOL.  II.,  SERIE.S  V,  Y 


i 

i 

i 


274 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HEEALDICA. 


Bolton* 

[Add.  MS.  5633,  fo.  151.] 
[See  "Visitation  of  Loudon,  1G33-35  "  (Plarl.  See.)  for  Arms.] 
[Peter  Boltou  of  Warwick=rMary  dau.  of  1 

I-  ' 

ATilham  Boltony [Alice  da.  of  John  Massam  of  Coventrj.] 

_ 


Thomas    [Mary]  dau.  of  [Stephen]  Bnr-^Wil'liam  =  Danirhter  of  Tomes  of  Ghu, 
Bolton      ton  of  London  [Grocer]  1st  ^yife.  i  Bolton      cestersliire  ' 
of  Lon-       Arms.-Qnarterly:  1,  An,ent,    of  Lou        Avm,.~Yert,a  cross  rhe^ny 


don         a  hcnd  wavy  sahle 
Grocer,     a  fleur-de-lis  arqent 
Blank. 


Sahle, 
and  4, 


don 
163L 


vert  and  or.  This  coat  on  a 
mounment  in  Blackfrvars  in 
the  Ciojsters. 


fo?eIdr.f  "''"^/r''^  William=Danghter  of  Aldern.an 

ton  eldest        of  Loudon.  Bolton     Jiide  of  ].oudun, 

2"  son. 


[Nicholas.]    [He'llen]  marr.  to  Elisha  Robins    [Mivt'ha.]    [Elizabeth  ] 
—  Si  kman  of  T,mifln7i  '-  *-' 


[John.] 


Silkman  of  London 


[Mary.] 


Bontf. 

[Harl.  MS.  1096,  fo.  88.] 
[Arms  in  "  Vis.  of  Lond.,  IG? 


William  Bond  of  Buekland  in  co.  Somersert  Gen.  descended  from  a  Toune-er— 
brother  of  je  auncient  ffamilie  of  the  Bonds  in  Cornwall.  J^^^gei-^ 


TlEL^nfT^I-  '^T^^^'-S''^'-^^-         G^'-'?e  Bond  Knc.  Lo.: 

Alderman  of  London.  Maire  of  London  ]  588. 


William  Bond  of=^[^rargaret  da.  of  Thomas  Gore 
ijondo"  ^     •     •         -~  - 


of  London  brother  to  M-- Gerard 
Gore.] 


Sir  William  Thomas 
Bond  Bond. 
Knight. 


William  Bond. 
Gore  Bond. 


Anne  Bond.maried  to  John 
Mannyng  of  London  Gent. 


Elizabeth  Bond  maried  to  Henry 
Aiidrewes  of  Loudon  Gent,  and 
free  of  ye  Haberdashers. 


{To  he  enntinved.) 


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275 


Annotations  faim  eS^tlls,  ttt* 


43. 


Hie  jacet  Johannes  Raclclyffe  (sic)  Miles  filius  Ro- 

bcrti  comitis  Sussesic,  qui  obiit  (luiilis  suscep- 
tis  liberis,)  noiio  die  Xovembris  Anno  Dni  15G8. 

_  Against  the  east  viall  is  fixed  the  above  shield  and  inscription  ;  not  far  from 
this,  and  placed  erect  in  a  hollowed  recess,  is  a  large  figure  of  a  knight  in  armour, 
his  hands  raised  in  prayer  and  bis  head  resting  on  his  helmet,  indicating  that  the 
figure  was  originally  recumbent. 

This  figure  is  very  well  cut,  and  there  seems  every  reason  to  believe  formed 
part  of  the  "  fair  marble  tomb  "  mentioned  by  Stowe  as  being  in  the  church  in 
memory  of  Sir  John  Radcliff"e  and  Anne  his  wife  (a  note  of  whom  vrill  come  later), 
who  is  stated  to  be  kneeling  by  the  recumbent  figure  of  her  husband.  The  whole  of 
this  "  fair  tomb"  had  disappeared  except  the  figure,  arms,  and  inscription  before 
1823,  when  they  are  mentioned  by  J.  B.  G.  in  tlie    Clentleman's  Magazine." 

Quarterly  of  eight :  1,  Argent,  a  hmd  emjrailpd  srih/c,  Ratcliffe  ;  2,  Or,  afoss 
lettreen  two  chcvronels  sable,  FitzWalter  ;  3,  Argent,  a  lion  rampant  sable, 
crotcned  or,  ivithia  a  bordure  azure,  Burxel  ;  4,  Or,  a  saltire  engrailed  sable, 
Botetourt;  5,  Gules,  three  hides  hauriant  argent,  Lucy  ;  <o,  Argent,  ttiree  bars 
gules,  :\IuLTO.\  or  .Moultox  ;  7,  Or,  semec  of  fleurs-de-hjs  sable,  Mortimer  of 
Atleburghe  ;  8,  Argent,  aii  eagle  sable  preying  on  a  child  ppr.,  swaddled  gules, 
banded  or,  Kulcheth  or  Culchitii  ;  over  all  a  mullet  for  difference. 

Ceest  :  A  bulTs  head  erased  sable,  gorged  by  a  coronet  or. 

'  .    ^  St.  Olave,  Hart  Street,  Burial  Register. 

1568    Nov.  19    Was  buried     John  Ratcliffe,  knighte. 

(P.C.C.,  21,  Babington.)  Sir  John  Radclife,  k"',  of  Cleve  in  Somerset.  Will 
dated  18  Oct.  1568.  To  be  baried  where  it  shall  seem  good  to  testator's  wife.  To 
wife  Anne  all  household  goods,  plate,  etc.    To  Lord  Arundell  a  torquoise  ring  as 


*  Continued  from  p.  237. 


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ast 
ranees 


44. 


,r.  . 

Hic  Situs  est  Petrus  Cappomus  Florentin-us 
Avita  Aobiiitate,  darns  morum  iiiteoTitate 
spipmis  principibus  gratissimus  exiJium  quod 
iniquiore  fato  usus  subierat  constanter  tulit 
obiit  an.  Eet.  xxxn  sal.  udlxxxii 
VI  kal  Xovembris 
Mortuura  Britannia,  qnem  vivum  in  sinu 
tulerat,  in  smu  necdnm  dijcincto  conservat 
.  -Petrus  Landus  ex  parentibus  ■  •  ■■ 

^P^id  Lugdnnum  gallijB  natus,  hoc 
amoris  et  masroris  monnmentum 
P. 

Amis.— Per        argcjit  and  mhlr. 

St.  Olave,  Hal  t  Street,  Burial  Reirister. 
1582    Oct.  27daje.         Peter  Capony,  gent.,  of  the  pla.  (Plague). 

^^^^fi^-^'':^n^  '^ttle  of  .uch 

into  EngHsh,  and  is  undated  a  in  r  p  ^  .n  /^^^^^^  ""f^-^'  ^  translation 
Landy."^  It  mentions  no  elatfon      d  ew  %  ^^^^^^^^^A  to  "  Maister 

Maister  Landj  I  have  bene  onm'S  ed  u^^^^  Z''  ^«"^'"eDces  -  WourshippfuII 
will  overpasse  other  ren'ed.es  "^t l  enl.rn.  '  ^^^'^^^  ^  b'^eve 

middle  savs  he  has  foT^o  ^  !ha    he  ZTlVT  °'  ''^"^ 
-me  thing  again.    P.o^d  W  Unr^ert'DJc  "Sf " 


"  ■■■Mi  a'J'      :.;.M'iv>  e 


MISCELLANEA  GENKALDGiCA   ET  S^;KAEDICA,  277 


"Andrew  Bayninge,  Esquior,  somefcymes  Alderman 
'    ■      of  London,  lived  to  the  age  of  67  yeares  &  Dyed  ..  " 

■•    ■  ; '  -  the  21*'  of  December  Anno  Dom.  1610."  -     ^  -  -' 

Paul  Bayninge,  Esquior,  sometyme  SherritTe  &         ,  .; 
Alderman  of  London,  lived  to  the  age  of  77  yeares  &  '  .' 

Dyed  the  30"' of  September  Ann.  Domi  1616. 
Consecrated  to  the  memory  of  Paul  and  Andiew  Bayninge,  Esquior.  '■ 
If  all  greate  Cittyes  prosperously  confesse 
That  hee  by  whoine  their  traifique  doth  increase 
Deserves  well  of  them  then  th'  adventurej-s  worth  -  - 

Of  these  two  who  were  brothers  both  by  birth 
and  office,  prove  that  they  have  thanckfuU  byn 
For  the  honours  which  this  Citty  plac'd  them  in 
and  dying  old,  they  by  blest  consent 
this  legacy  bequeath'd  their  monument 
The  happy  sum  me  &  end  of  their  affaires 
provided  well  both  for  their  soules  and  heires. 

This  monument  is  situated  at  the  east  end,  and  is  of  unusual  form,  part  facing 
to  the  west  and  part  to  the  souch  of  the  sanctuary.  On  the  west  is  the  figure  of 
Andrew  Bayning  kneeling  on  a  cushion  under  a  canopv  on  the  front  of  \°hich  is 
the  first  inscription  given  here.  On  the  front  or  south  side  is  the  kneeling  figure 
of  Paul,  brother  of  Andrew,  under  a  canopy  supported  by  pillars  and  surmounted 
by  the  arms  is  the  second  inscription  given  here,  and  below  the  figure  the  two  last 
inscriptions. 

Ap.-SK.—Qmrferli/ :  1  and  4,  Or,  tivo  bars  saUe,  on  each  as  7nany  escallop  shelh 
of  the  field ;  2  and  3,  Or,  a  ra'ven  sable  perched  on  a  torteaux.  Crest  gone,  but  is 
supplied  from  the  grant  :  On  a  mount  vert,  an  ostrich  argent,  legs  or,  leak  sable, 
holding  a  ley  gold. 

This  well-known  family,  who  became  peers  by  the  title  of  Viscount  Sudburv, 
were  granted  arms  by  Robert  Cooke,  Clarenceux' King  of  Arms,  in  1588.  TiiJ 
arms  were  granted  to  the  Paul  Bayning  of  the  monument,  and  as  an  impalement 
for  his  wife,  whose  name  was  Xorthern,  Azure,  a  chevron  ermine  couple  closed  or 
beiween  three  martlets  of  the  last. 


278  MISCELLANEA  &ENEALDGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 

St.  Olave,  Hart  Street,  Burial  Recri<5tei' 
1610    Dec.  23    ^^J^^^-^^ynln,  buried  in  the  upper  end  of  the  chancell,  in 

'    '^\S  4r^r^^^'"^^^^-'"^"'^"-^-r  chancel  i„r 

lfiln^"^T  ■'  ^^'i  """"^^'l  /"^^'e^  Baynino-  of  London,  Esq     Will  dated  4  Oct 

Marie  Bavnin<.  £500         v1  .  1 1 '  5%  "^^'"''^'^  '^^^^^or's  cousin 

Cousin  M^ar.^^ .t  \Vas'te  1  wi/i  f Arm       \v'^  ^f^''"'"^  ^«       ^^^id  wife. 

saidWilliam'\\\Lt  1   and  f  L'  u^^^  f-.^he  life  of  the 

and  to  his  dauditer  JoaneLmTrViOO     r'^  Cousm  John  Lyons  £100 

Christ's  Hospi  al  £100     To  fht  r  '  ^^^O.  To 

houses  or  la/ds  of  The  vearl    va      o?^^^^^^^^^  f^/*^^  ^^^'^'^^^^ 

To  the  poor  of  S'  Olave  HaJt  Wf  .t   f  \  ^         ''^^'^'"^  «^  Cambridge. 

John  Simpson,  no«  pai^  of  s'  O,  '  ^^Jf  l^istator  is  a  parishioner,  £40.  To 
Penny  £-/o,HerlZ^Y  Cu.iZ^  .t'jf'  ^'-^'-..T^  ^^-^-^^  Thomas 

To  the  Grocers  Company  £5C?  o?  a  dhn.e  -  n  t  eif  H  ^ir^^^^ 
(65  or  more)  as  testator  is  old  each  a  croV      Z  /      7       '^''"^  P^'^^ 


47. 


Cunas  ded 


Patrem  e  pr^dara  F;: 
De  St  Michel 
Andegavia 


lilia 


Somersetia 


"ctob--  23,  1640 


Macrem  e  nobili  stii'pe 
Cliffordorum 
o,-   ,    ,    ^  Cumbria 
Llisabetha  Pepys 
Samuelis  Pepys,  Classi  Re-iai"ab  Actis,  Uxor 
^?U£e  in  Csenobio  primQ,  Aula  dein  educata  Gallica 
Utnusq,  una  claruit  virtutibus  ;  ' 
Forma  Artibus  Linguis  cultissima  ; 
Prolem  eoixa,  quia  parera  non  potuit,  nulla  ; 


...  r 


Illi-ZLLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  EER^LDICA.  279 

Huic  demum  placide  cum  valedixerat 
Lonlecto  p  amteniora  fere  Europa3  itinere 
rotiore  redui  abiit  lustratura  mundu 


obiit 
Xovembi'is 
r ^tatis  29° 
<  Conjugii  XV" 
LDomini  1609°. 


-ithl^l^^:S,^u^\nrS:^^  i  ''''''^  a  largeand  elaborate  monume.t 
thebustofalad^^nS^o^^Slaft^d.:'!^^^  P^'"^'^^^'  on.an.entatic>n  is 

Marchaxt  Dsfe  Mi'chS!      °  '  ^^"''^^'^  ^"''^  seeded rpr., 


Sacred  to  the  memory  of 
William  3Iil]s  ' 
of  Clapham  in  the  comity  of  Surrey  Eso^ 
.:  ™o  departed  this  Eife  June  ]5ih*i79o 

^tat  73. 
Also  of  Elizabeth  Mills 
Wife  of  the  above 
''^no  departed  this  Eife  May  19'h  J779 
^t.  45. 

From  a  neat  marble  monument  on  the  north  wall  of  the  sanctuary. 

™  '^^f  ;0  Jan.  1789.    To  son 

hold  at  Hutton  in  sSk  Jwe^^^  ^fj^'^^^d  h,s  heirs  m.le,  also  the  free- 

present  wife.   Son-in  S  Wiiliarrl^^  T"^'  °"  '^'^  ^«  his 

Spitalfields  and  after  1  n^  d  a    To  fe  \t       '  rw'  r ^"""^"^^'^^^ 
grandson  William  Mills  the  muse  aifr      -I  J'T  '^^'''^  "'^'^  '"^  To 

a  gold  watch.  ci,ain  and  seal  ?o  "l^d  rm  A  ^  f  tator  Hves  at  Clapham, 
garden  at  Clapham  in  the  occinntiorff  \rr  S  ''"'S     i'^'''  ^^^^^  «nd 

granddaughter  Susanna  Mills  ^  ^^0  am  llT  '  To^ 

Copela^nd,  also  a  gold  watch  and  chai^  "?'  "  ^^^'apharn  in  the  tenure  of 
silver  embossed  tea-ke°ttle  and  'tand  ad"  JZ^'-'f^'^Shtev  FJ-^zaheth  Mills  a 
Mary  Ann  Mills  a  silyer  tea  kettl  and  st.nr^  7  P"''  granddaughter 
canisters.  To  daughter-in-law  ttsan'r^Ii  lfa  itST''''"  'if'  ''''^'''''^ 
Eon  Thomas  Mills  the  cluster  diaTo"  1  riru. Ivi  ^  ?  "''^'f ""^  P'"^^"  To 

it,  and  he  may  enrich  it,  as  he  tilS  d   mn  1'         T'T^  ^''^  ^^^^P 

mottoe,  but  to  preserye  he  oldeTone  Cm"  ,  'T^^'  f  ^  ""'^  ^'^^  ^  ^^^'-^h 
daughter  Mary  Dawson  the  fu  niture  of  H  .  H       '  '^'"^  ^e  sold.  To 

own  work,  the' rest  to  be  dhS  between   on^  !^  ""''^ 
son-in-law  MMVilliam  Dawson  4oS     To  t  lt'i'f  f'''"f 
£6000.  To  ^["Susanna  MilN^'^o    T   IT,    ^    f''  I"'  ^^^'^''^er  Mary  Dawson 
£30  and  a  rin,^    M^  8^,;      Kt t  £0^)  ^^^"^  Richardson 

£10.    To  Robert  GarruiTand  S Lcca  Vvl  t    ^  "^"'"'^  '^^^""^^^ 

to  other  servants  each  £10.  l^,The  1^4^ee  ^'f  fs'  '"/'"""f  ^  V^^''^^"-"  ^'^'^h' 
To  thirty  poor  housekeepers  at  cSnhum  win      n  .  '^""'^'''^  «t  Clapham  £20. 

Ood.cil,  6  May  1790.    1q  Miss  Mary  Beaumont  ^30  yearly  for  her  life. 


^riSCELLANEA   GExX KALOGICA   ET  IIBRALDICA. 

On  5  Jnlv  ]790  appeared  Samuel  Kent  of  Crutched  Friars  in  S*  Olave,  Hart 
brreec,  merchan  t  James  Mann.ier  of  the  same  place,  jrent.,Tho^  Mills  of  Mark  l.ane, 
"^r!^"^  f'^i  of  Ampthill,  Be.Ls  Esq.,  and  made  oath  to  the 

writing  of  AVilliam  Mills,  Eiq.,  of  Clapliam.    Proved  G  July  1790 


(To  le  continued.) 

■  ^  mm." 

(^ee         p.  1^3 1,  Xo.  38.) 

_    Tobias  Wall  of  Southampton,  widower.    Will  dated  2  July  1743     To  mv 
sister  Anne  .\ewth  £.50uO.    Her  dau.  Lacretia  Xewth.    To  my  nephew  John 
T  '"'.'wnr'  by  Exeter  £2000.    To. my  nephew  William.  Woodley 
£2000  t  IS  the  said  AYill.am  that  is  now  married  to  Mrs.  Paine.    To  my  nephew 

John  Wood  pv  -C'>OnO    Kv,-,t-  ir.,-  tr.  fU^  r,„.-^  it^.-h.-  m_  .  :  "^F"^" 


John  A^oodley  £2000,  brother  to  the  said  William.  To  my  sister  Woodley  £100 
1  year,  lo  Mrs.  EIiz.  Weekes  who  now  lives  at  mv  house  £500  and  the  hou'^e  I 
Qow  live  in  lo  her  sister  Weekes  that  is  now  married  to  Capt.  John  AVise  £100 
To  Ann  Gal  wey  widow  ot  Nicholas  Gallwey  £500.  All  residue  here,  in  Nevis  and 
St.  Kicts  with  my  sugar  house  to  Mathew  Mills,  Esq.,  of  Abchurch  Lane,  London 
1.44,  Aug  Adm  on  to  John  Mills  of  Exeter,  Esq.,  the  nephew,  pendino- the 
suit  be  ween  ^kthew  Mills  Esq.,  the  nephew  and  residuary  legaJee  who  propoun  s 
the  will  and  Bridget  Woodley  the  sister  of  deceased.    Bridget  WoodlJy  widow 

^^ov^'ii  m!(;^.ac:95Si^M:f  ''''''''       '''''  ^^^^^'''^^ 


By  an  Lidenture  of  1747  on  the  Close  Rolls,  it  is  recited  tirat  there  had  been 
suits  at- law  bat  terms  having  been  agreed  upon,  the  residuary  estate  was  to  be 
shared  equally  by  John  Mills,  Bridget  Woodley,  Ann  Xewth  and':^rathew  Mills 
^  By  a  marriage  settlement  of  1748  recorded  in  Xevis,  it  appears  that  the  estate 
was  estimated  to  amount  to  £80,000.  Testator  was,  I  think,  formerly  a  planter 
ot  .Nevis,  and  then  settled  as  a  mei'chant  in  London. 

-  Lieut.  Jasper  Wall  was  a  Member  of  the  Assembly  of  Xevis  in  1687,  but  owincr 
to  destruction  of  records  previous  to  1700  his  will  has  not  been  found  He  was 
apparently  father  of  the  following  :— 

rr  u  '   /'T/''  "l-  ^^^^  a         'leraising  his  plantation  to  his  brother 

lobias  for  life,  then  to  his  sisters. 

-  2.    Tobias,  b.  1080,  d.  1744  ;  i[.L  as  above. 

.  3.    Mathew,  b.  1088,  d.  3  June  173:',  ;  M.L  in  St.  Paul's,  Xevis 

1.  Lucretia,  m.  the  Hon.  John  Mills  of  St.  Kitts 

2.  Brideet,  b  1682,  ra.  William  Woodley  of  St.  Kitts,  Esq.  She  died  13  Feb 
17o6,_-aged  74  ;  M.I.  at  Little  Parndon,  co.  Essex,  with  Arms  of  Woodley 
impaling  :  Ar/mt,  a  bend  between  three  wolves'  heads  coiip&l  Sable  (Wall)  ' 

.  3.    Anne,  b.  1690,  m  Xewth  ;  she  died  12  Aug.  1748,  a<^ed  '58  •  M  I 

at  Little  Parndon.  °         >     •  • 

The  above  arms  of  Wall  are  as  given  in  Wright's  "  Essex,"  11 ,  304  Burke's 
"  Armory  "  has  Wall  of  co.  Lancaster  :  Argent,  a  bend  Gules  beliceen  three  boars' 
hmds  r.oui'ed  Sable. 


•  Communicated  by  Veeb  L.  Oliveb,  Esq. 


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MISCELLANEA  GEXEALOGICA   ET  HEEALLICA. 


(Colt,  of  Arm?,  I).  25,  Part  II.,  Fol.  8.) 

[For  earlier  generations  see  "  Visitation  of  Warwickshire,  1G19  " 
Harl.  Soc,  vol.  xii.,  p.  2.] 

Edward  Sheldon  of  Bely-Ebz-:  da.  of  [Tho.*]  Markham 
111  com  :  \i!>-or,,Ar  ^'  •  " 


f  Ollerton  in  Com:  Xutt, 


of '  will" ''n' "1^;:^;+ !^^"" l'--™         '"^^'^^^  a. 


nf  Wiiim   T    Y  Tj  -lua.       luti  Ml  oiieioon  01  Jiarton  111 

Wri  e  i  w  fe  com.   Oxon  Ar.  2^  sonne 

Untie,  1  wite.  obijt  Amio  1G5S. 


of  Thomas 
Morsfan. 


I  i      -  r  

1.  Ralph.J  .    Edward  Sheldon  of^Katharine,  da.  of     Phillip  Constable  ol 

2.  George.  S'S!  ^mt'  ^  ^^or,  Bart. 


3.  Phillip.       2.  Mary. 


(Signed)    Edward  Sheldon, 


*  "  Yisitation  of  Waru-iekshire,  1619  " 

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MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDlCA. 


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mm: 


290 


MISOELLAXEA  GEXEAIv 


OGICA  ET  HEK 


ALDICA. 


cS     f''92-^^-~G-Ies,  uoo  chevrons  arnent 

^ol.  n,  p.  215.)  -"^"^S-     (Ashmole's   "Antiquities  of  BerkV' 

East  Shefford  and  Besselsleigh  branch  • 

Gules,  U.0  chevrons  ar.cnt,  qoa.SnjBesels  and  Le,h 
Childly  and  Swinbrook  branch  — 

chevrons  cn;ent,  a  crescent  for  difference  ^ 
Letcome  Regis  branch  •— 

>-i}t5„:r  *.v„  ^  ^^^^^^^^^ 

Fernham  branch 

The  cloisters  -ere  bmT^i,rr,™r  Cljn™,,!"  Canterborv  Cathedr,! 

the  cost  of  wliicb  many  of   l  e  „VmI   ™        "°       ^''"'■^  and  1411    l  ,' 

are  d,>r,laved  on  the  bo£e/.  tL"  S  ™«  'T"''?  <;°«rib„led,  and  wh  se  n 
«anlt,ug  of  the  bajs.  The  Peu"„"H,i  M  f  "  "'-"'""WilSS  on  the  groin" 
m  the  fourth  „n.pa,.t.e„t  of  the  Sn'hyi';S  tZoZr°J 


MISCELLANEA  GENE.VLOGICA  ET  HERALUICA.  201 

Xote  concerning  the  Fettiplaces  of  North  Dench^rorth,  Berks. 

Ame^/rS'^lce  in't^e ''ot>f?'  Exchequer,  greeting.  Whereas 

into  mrcrbernrtl  P  r      '■T'''"      ^^V'  T-"'  ^"^^^  «f  on r  crossing  over 

Irm.  f      /^ejond  the  seas,  when  we  landed  at  Hoffges  in  Xormandv  witi,  n,n- 

a  o"-;^"a'd"tir.  ""^. '''''  -'^P-P--^'d  to  set  o"" In  Li 
our  Je  l-be  v^^^^^^^  '''^''''^      ^-M-"y  with 

in  onr  service  afoie.H id   n    ,    '  ^  ^^o^thampton,  and  remained  continu.aisly 

thereabonr  .1  f  P'^'^'  ^'^^  battle  of  Gressvand  elsewhere 

s     e  ^dd'Earrhtr  cerfifil  ^""^f'  '^""^        ^'^t^"'"  ^'^^o  Englan 

any  demands  umrrrh.T  ^  you  to  surcease  the  making  o 

ImeryTo,  the  fi!   h  i  '"^  tenements  which  belonged  to  the  aforesaid 

or  for^he  mym  n   o^f  «n""'        f  ^^'^^  ^^'^vice, 

the  Excl  e^^^^^^^^^^^  this  account  by  summons  in' 

afoTPsaiH  '^loiesaiu,  and  that  you  cause  as  well  the  said   Araery  as  tlie 

«n,      Be  aie  intoimed,  to  be  disclMrgcd  and  quit  at  the  said  Exchequer. 

Xotes  concerning  Thomas  Fettiplace  of  East  Shefford.    Died  1442 
Fetula"'-i7  To  Alysonu  Bretoun  5  marks.    To  Thomas 

Du  e  Am  "r  "  ^^'^f^^e^-Jiir^'  ^^^P'^'-^  Alysoun  Bretoun."  Wil  ? 
Marches).'  ^''^''"'^      Braybrook,  Northampton.    Proved  27  Oct.  1402  (P.O.C., 

■(aoit^^;;^i.  (Si:niiXsH^r;\,];;'r:^]:r^^  ^^'""-^^ 

Note  concerning  Richard  and  W.lliam  Fettiplace  of  Kentwood  and 
iVlaidencourt,  Berks. 


■i 


292  MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  IIEEALDICA. 

sS«;id.Jn  J^Ln^^^  wife  of  John 

Croftuii  and  Alvnoton    Buck«     C  ""''I'^T^^^ 

stead,  Tilehurst/^uTd  lu.ds  Sd  Kentwood,  Cholsev,  Snihan  -' 

Shefford  with  lands  and  renen.ent    r  f  r.f        H^^'  ^^'^'^^ 

Berks,  and  the  n^anor  of  Bradlev  in  SolLZ!  "n^"''"-^'  ^'f'ej  and  Holnns, 
on  the  death  of  Eh'zabeth,  who  S  without  issue.         ''""'^  FettiplaceJ 

Note  eonceniino- the  Fettiplaces  of  Childrey 

■  his     s::;^^^:.;::,?  ^rih^^-^^^e^^  r-^''    ^^^-'^^  ^^-^-'e 

1st  riunday  in 'lent.  '  Fe  aave  he  P,  v  ^  '''"^^'''^  at  Child,-ev-  on  the 
estates  and  lands,  mentdoned^  t^e  .e   re,    nnn  ^^''^l^"'^         their  successors 

chantrjhe  had  founded  in  S.i  d  efS  mXn  T  '"^^^  "'^'^  rnaintained  . 

'n  the  village.     The  College  wa   ^Ko   ^  nv   h  "  f  f^^"  three  poor  men 

weekly  to  each  of  the  three  aln  sme    wL^         f     ""''^  i'^^^'^  ^.Z. 

allowance  of  .3..  id.  apiece  for  To     .     T  ?  ^'^  '^'^'^^''"o"  an  annual 

included  a  moietv  of  tt  nalor  of^L  '"1  P        '''/'''I-  endownaen 
'ssues  in  Letcombe  Basset,  Hi„dL  S^ 

Lambouru,  Hnrst,  Finke>Iev  B  e  ,;'  q  •"^hettord,  Bockhampton,  Chippir,.. 
grove,  Uffington  and  S  a  d  'thl   .'7'''  ^'''^''T^  ^^^^ote,  SparsLk, 

Bartl^olomew:  Berks,  and  Sseot    0.u?™Tir       r '  "'^^^^^  of  Erlei.-h' 

^ititn^a  to  tljt  mum  Wmitmoim  of  miimtv 
h'oin  fmmn  Mm.  Km  in  tljt 
Mvitml)  MiimniL 

Continued  frum  p.  269. 

[Had.  107(;,  fo.  186.] 

»///« Sr"'""'  "•■r»t.  .nWn  a  Unlur,  ,n,n,m 

CaEST.-0„  „  ,  ^^^.^^^^^  .  _  ^ 

d«riTiogU,e.nf„„,th;s4l4roVaoswi..^'°''-"'J     ''*""»'^  K"'"'"'  '"'-^ 
Aunlieit  Coate  and  Creast  of  Staple,  of  Framfeild.- 

"        '"'""''i  *<•'"-.         /,«,*,  /,,■„ 

the  points  dowaivards.  ^    ^        '^'^^'^^"^     ^^'^  f^ands  a  staple  or, 


MISCELLANE.l  GENEALOGIC.l  ET  IlEllALDlCA. 


293 


William  Staple  of  Framfeild  in  Snssex= 


John  Stapley  of=pJoane  dan.  of .  .  .  .  Thatcher  of  Warbleton 
Framfeild.         I  in  co.  Sussex. 


I 

Eliz. 
wife  of 
Tho. 
Boord. 


[Mabel]: 

dan. 

of  Sir 

Roger 

Lewk- 

nor 

l^'wife. 


I 

=  Antljony 
Stai'lev' 
of  Frani- 
feild. 


-Ann  da.- 
of  Jo. 
Thatcher 
of  Prest- 
iiawes  in 
com.  Sus- 
sex 

3'-''  wife. 


:Ann  da. 
of  Tho. 

:\ror- 

ley  of 
O'lindc 

Oml 

wife. 


=  Ann 

widow 
of 

Grubbs 
4"' wife. 


[Beniiet]  a  dau.  marr. 
tol'ho.Pici-seof  West- 
downe  [Westfield  in 
com.  Sussex]. 

[For  issne  see  Yis.  of 
Kent  1(';63— 8  (Harl. 
Soc.).] 


Anthony  Stap-^Aun  dau.  of  Gracenx. 

ley  of  Patcham    Geo.  Gorinu'  &  Tho. 

in  CO.  Sussex  sistei-  to  Geo.  Scherly." 
Ar.                 i  Lo  :  Gorinfj. 


Ann  ....  mar.  to  ]\rar<r.  ux. 

ux.  Jo.  Staple  of  Jo.  Bnl- 

Tho.  Twinehani.  man  of 

May.t  Hartfield. 


Anthony  2  son  vet.  4  &  upw.  1634.    John  Stapley,  a?t.  S  1G34.    Ann  9  years  ould. 


[Harl.  1070,  fo.  LSC.] 

Arms. — Argpnt.,  on  afess  racjulee  azure  tltrec  fleurs-de-lis  or. 

[In  "Visitation  of  Sussex,"  p.  175  {Harl.  Soc).  The  above  coat  impales 
Philipot  quanerly  and  the  Crest  is  o-iven  as  :— .4  ilejjier  gauntlet  erect  gules, 
garnished  or,  between  two  ostrich  feathers  argent.'] 

JoRes  Wood  de  Portu=f:Parnell  filia  Gnilmi  Philipott  de  Siberswouhl  soror 
Sandwici.  |  Henr.  Philiputt  du  Folkston  in  co.  Kancii. 


I 

Edwardus  \\ood  Reccor  Eccliie  de  Ilamsey  in==Anna  filia  Samnelis  Xorden 
com.  Southsexia?.  '      j  Oiiei. 

JoHes  2.     Edward  in  artib'    Sam:  Wood  de=.  ...  fit:    Anna.    Maria.  Elizab. 
Mag^  London.  Slaney. 


{To  le  continued.) 


*  For  pedigree  .«ee  "  Visitation  of  Sussex."    {Karl.  ^oc.~) 

t  for  pedigree  of  May  see  The  Castles  and  JJamion.s  of  We.stern  Sussex.  (Ebves  and 
Eobinson.) 


294  MISCEILAXEA  «BNKALOOICA  HBUALMCA 

.  -tnoland,  that  it  anpeariuo-  on  in  A-         :\''>''^''f'  and  Hered  tarv  Mar'^Inl 
Arms  that  the  Ar/n!.r    "Ensf.ns  n^eH^^^^^^^^^^  ^'^''^^^'^^^      the  C  o' 

GrmKlmolhev,  i„  right  „f  irtjif  S'|ami  H  f,"°'  °''        "M  htl 

b,  ti^  oti..  dosceud:n"'^tirE:t  er'^i;r i-S:;,;^ , 

SnLf '  ''^^  ^^^^'"'^  Memorialist's  Aunt.  llTp  '^^'""^  ^^'^'^^  deceased, 
Spin,  ters  accord, no-  to  tl,e  Laws  of  ArmV  1.  '  ^"^^  ^^-^^^''^  ^«ev/ 

3Lu.sK,l_d.d  bv  U-a.rant  nnder  hkh^Tind^iT^''''''^  ^^e  s^n'd  Ea,-] 
-A  ign.t  n.srant  authorize  and  direct  Us  to  ^''^'^'^^.'^^^^  the  tenth  day  of 

Armonal  Ens.gns  accordino-],-    Kvo  v  1>  1^1       '^'^''^  and  confirm  .uch 
ai.d  Clark>-ceux  in  pursu^ce  of  TT,^  ^      f^''^^''^  ^'^^^  ^^^^  the  said  Gau  t 
Meteors  Parent  of  <,ur  reven.rolces  ^l^uTJr''\-''''f  ^^^'-^-^ 
G  e  t  s,,,  of  tne  United  Kino-dom  of  Grea    I^-  ,  n  a    "t   J'''"',  ^'^^^ 
b}  tliese  Presents  errant,  exemnlifv  anr^  rvf  '^"'^  li'eland,  have  devised  an.l 

Ams  follon-in.    t!,at  is  to    ay^^  "V///.,,  z>«S  '  e 

^uks,  sunnoanfed  luj  a  Ckev/on  K  1/''"^fr■''^^  Or  three  larruk^ 

for  Davl.,  ^erond  and  Third  Owuierh)  r  ,  ''r^^''^^''' P'"'^''^^ 

t  e  Colours  A  mount  Vert  thereon  in  fLT  r  ^^^''^^  "P<^"  a  Wreath  of 

>  %  fripp.nt  Er>nine  attired  0^-  clCr^  fX.  '""^  "  '^W/.^  i 

Mt  v^erred  Gold,  as  the  same  reT  ]  e  Va    h,  f  '•^^^•^'"y  ^« 

be  borne  and  used  forever  hereafter  bv  M,,  f  Tr'^  '"^''e  plainly  depicted  to 
descend^uusand  by  the  other  dj  en  lams  o    „-  L'p^/^^^^^^^^^^^^  «''d  b  his 

deceased,  and  also  by  his  Aunts  PTce  ^Hr      n""-''  ^c'^'  '"'^ 
the  lau-s  of  Arms,    ly  WIT^-ESS  wh  ^el^  7^^^^^^^  ^---dinc/  to 

Ivino:s  of  Arms  to  these  presents  have  sub  c'il  .  ]  O  x^^^'^''^^'  ""^  Olarexckux 
o  our  several  offices  rhis 'tu-elfrh  d^of  W„  U  .^/If/^^'T  ^."'^  ^^^'^^^  the  Seal^ 
our  Sovereign  Lord  Georcre  the  ftnird,  lUli  '^"'^  ^'^^^  Year  of  the  reio-n  of 

of  Great  Britain  and  Irelan    S  Vf  f 

our  Lord  one  thousand  el^^li^^^ri^^^l^Z''''''        ^"^  ^'^^^ 
Communicated      J.  p^^,  k,.,^^^^^  j,^^^  ^  j,^^^ 


From  a  copy  of  the  original  patent. 


MISCELLANEA  GEXEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 


295 


This  family,  whose  name  is  also  spelt  Mewe,  Mewcs,  .^lew*  was  in  nil  r.rnh 
ab.lK^  a  branch  of  the  family  of  Mew  or  Mews  of  Caund le  Ruse,  ^  r.i  to  wl  ch 
170^ hXj^}'^'  ^"''^  '''''         of  Wiucli^er!l^y£: 

theiieldS'?6^^ 'T- r'^'  ''^        P^"^'^       ^t.  Giles-in- 

hlr  Vr-  -  .        .     .  1  boo,  settled  m  Eastmoton,  co.  Gloucester,  befure  In  Dccem- 

left  ilue":-        '         '  '    '  '^'"'"'^^  April  1C40.  He 

L  William  ifew  (II.) 

1.  Hannah  baptized  at  St.  Giles-in-the-Fields,  22  December  IGOd;  married 

John  Lawrence  and  had  issue  a  son  John,  admitted  to  Emmanuel  Col- 
lege Cambridge,  10  October  1652,  then  described  as  (native)  ''of 
.->   vv    ^  \?       ^- ''f     ^''^ssmg-ton,  1660,  afterwards  of  Stamford 

2.  Elizabeth,  married  ....  Barrow. 

The  following  is  an  abstract  of  the  will  of  William  Mew  (I  )  — 
lo  the  poor  of  the  parish  where  I  now  dwell.     To  mV  sou  Wihiam  the 

wherein  John  Child,  gent  now  dwelletii,  with  all  the  jears  tharf  l  a^^  theS 
yet  to  issue     To  ny  daughter  Hannah  Laurence  £50  a    her  own  disposino  To 

Fi  ;i  n  P  ^^'^''''l"/^  ^^'-^  J^^'^es  Mayo  to  be  overseers  To  niy  daughter 
Elizabeth  Barrowe  40..    To  everyone  of  my  grandchildren  40..    To  evc^y  servaiu 

*  Communicated  by  G.  O.  Bellewes.  E'^q 

mrnmEmmmm 

ifio-     p'^K^'f  J'-^ -'■^"ted  preiuinabiy  between  1601  and  1607.    Sir  Arthur  Hnnton  HIpH  in 
seer,  dated  17  leb  uarv   6  8-  V  Vro  -I  ^ 

rua?y  '  673"  a' Sfabo  rsl'        J^'ob'br-  1'f      "^[^^^"^^      C^----^'  ^--^  -  "  ^eb- 
ried  Elizabeth  daughter  o  "  G?:o4'f  b  A^f 'f,}"  ^'^•".^r*  i^'^'  "1^^ 

(7,  Daper,  1571^;;  %,^.;Vi?,t3^b^Sd^Sl^cliS;i/^Stl^^^^  ^  ^^^^ 


29G  MISCELLAKEA  GENEAI.OGICA  ET  HEEALDICA. 

sermoi)  "  and  tlnf  'MiJ^  *mVi     .       i  ^  ^     .  „  ^  S'^'^^  '^''^"^^       took  iii  the 


He  left  i.-sne  : — 

1.  Samuel  ^lew  (III  ) 

2.  -   '     ■  •  - 


Xathaniel  Mew,  Fdlow  of  Corpns  Christ!  Colle-^e,  Ovford  ■  Eeotor  of 
Gorhngton   1672.    AVill  dated'  U  Octuher  ;  promi  P  C V'  '(]  pL,f 

'    ^'  ^  Wni^hte  n  •>  ^'^^^^^^^^^  Prehendarv  of  Wells,  1G71 

U  111  da  ed  12  August  ;  proved  P.C.C.  (101,  Dyer),  -^2  October  IfiyV' 
1.  Hanuah,  living  a  spinster  5  Mav  1677  '    •>  ^^vtoDei  lb<o. 

P  CC 'ffl  ^Ha£°-Tr  '^f^-''^\  ^^'^'^  ^^^^^^^  1676;  proved 

III  SarLlMiiv  Fdloi'nf       ''y^^r'^''  ^''^^^eth  Lau'renee." 

Co,npounde    ft  fi   tJn      ^  ^^^S:!^      o'^^',  ^f'^'    l'^'^'  Eastia.ton. 

s:r^6^j^^S'f£^?sr^?^^ 

The  Rev    Tohn  T  '      '"'1  ' ^^^-^^  '°  ^^'i«chester  Cathedral.*, 

of  bees  to  be  seen  wa      fir  t  !ho  ,oh?  .  '^Tf  '^''^'^^'^^'^  '^"^  working 

Mr.  Mew  of  GloucesuT^ire  "  '      '"'^  ^"^''"'^'^        ^'"^'"'-^'^     '^V  own: 

*  "  R.  J."  in  "  Notes  and  Queries,"  1  S.,  vol  xi    d  147 

Act.  and  OrdiuHHce.  of  the  Interregnum,  vol.  2,  p  980. 
marliagehnLSSSReSte"''  "  <^'--ster.hire/'  p.  5.0.    There  are  no  .le. 

%  Le  >seve,  "Monumenta  Anglicana."  . 
**  "A  ^e^v.Systemof  A'^riculture"  D  I'-.T  TrU„  r  ,-r     ,  H^ard,  1726.) 

^  i.unure,   p.  i.jg.    By  Jolia  Laurence.   (London :  Thomas  Wood- 


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297 


The  accompaoTino.  Ave  Sullivaa  bookplates  ns  an  ev„n„Io  of  n,i„»- 
possTbte'^z'.-'  '•'  "'^7  »«B  engraved  as 

II.  A  plam  spade-slinped  shield  with  the  s«,ne  arms  aotl  crest  will,  this  vi,!-, 
SfbV4ste7tS,f<:5;f.f|'?.?„tT,??^^^^^  I..thisa.,dN„.,n:';t 

Tn'J:l  i  i  «™,  '^"""''^  of  Cork  and  n-ale,  forcl.    T he  s"rEid,.S 

i?ot  oil;irpir^iifRS;:r;L?\',sr;"i  z  T-rv  '^^"■f 

danghter  of  11,S,„as  Lodge  of 

hav?on°V'a;d'l'f''on!!        '^-e  va.iations  ibr  the  coat'  Lodge'.'  otcoa^t 
r«.;y,«.^  ./.«;-^../         three  cross-crdsl  ts  [?  of  ti.e  fi  M  ?/i/;^f/;/ 

appears  ou  euher  of  these  plates;  this  is  corrected  in  th    fo  r  h  pl^ce    1^  1^ 
Richard  Joseph  Sahvan,  Thames  Ditton,  Surrey  "  ^  ' 

.n/^^'  '^''^  anns  crest  and  raotto  of  Sullivan,  with  a  mullet  in  .-^hief  of  the  arms 
and  on  the  breast  of  the  robin  in  the  crest,  to  indicate  its  bein^  for  a  t  Vd  soT 

aosslet6  [of  the  far.t]  withui  a  hordure  of  the  second,  therefrom  issuina  five  demi 

the  .ms  ■  in  \o  TV  Iht  M"'''  '^''-'"'^  ^""^^e  is  incorrectly  carried  round 
the  aim.  n  ^o.  IV  the  bordure  is  omitted  on  the  side  the  arms  of  Lod-e  comes 
aga  nst  Su  hvan,  which  ,s  correct.  This  rule  in  modern  herald  y  i'  a  %urv  val 
of  the  early  praccice  when  two  coats  were  first  impaled  of  divi  ^'nt  Ifh  .nifc 
down  the  middle,  and  pucting  the  de.ter  half  of  oi?  .^ilt'S^li't^fhS^ 

*  Communicated  by  Amijun  J.  Jewebs,  Esq 
VOL.  II.,  SERIES  V,  A  i  ' 


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the  other  In  neither  of  the  four  plates  does  the  bad?e  of  a  baronet  occnr  •  wo 
may  therefore  conelucle  Lhat  tiiey  were  all  en-raved  before  that  title  was  conf.rr  d 
on  the  owner.  '  '■^» 

The  coat  of  Lodge  on  Plates  I.  and  II.  is  the  same  as  Burke  eives  for  L„d.^e 
of  ^ettlested.  ^uflolk.  but  with  diifercut  colours,  viz.,  the  field'a/ure  nn,1  i-Cr^ 
charges  or.  Xo.  III.  has  almost  the  same  as  Burke  assigns  tJtod"  ? 
btu  he  latter  has  the  field  azure.  Burke  also  gives  as  Lodge  of  Leeds 'the  e^aHn 
Ao.  n  but  no  bordure  and  more  crosses  ou  the  lion.  This  all  aiipear.  without 
any  authoritv  bema-  cued.  i  t-tui.  niuiouc 


V.  The  fifth  plate  has  Sullivan  arms,  crest  and  motto  as  in  No  lY   but  witl,  a 
crescent  for  the  second  son,  the  impalement  beino-  Hobart,  AWw/       .  / 
leu,:een  Ucojaunckesennine.^   Belowf-.John  Stdlivan,  Ridu.'i.s  lilo^  B'^cks  " 
Tol J  ^nll^     '  r  1'.   ,  heraldically,  belonged  to  the  Ri^^ht  Hun 

the  above  S  i  Richard  Joseph  Sullivan,  Bart.  ;  he  was  born  7  April  174:)  and  was 
?i    r  G.nn  d  ■  ''^'^      "•'-••^  3—  he  'was  swoi'n  of 

SStSr^LgJ^rEarfLfte^SnJh^^^^'  ""'-'^  ^^'^  ^^^'^^ 


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Cranscn'pt  of  j5aints  in  tijt  eavlmt  Ktgtstn- 


of  ^Ijm  from  m 


to  1603. 


BURIALS. 
Anno  Domini  154G. 

Parishe  Churche  of  Shore  in  S^X^^^  oft^t,  ^^"^ 
"  Joan  Hin  gent^  was  bnyried  r  .  ^  ^.^  ^^^.^  ^^^^ 

Bernard  Longe  was  bujried  r  second  dale  of  June  in  the  yeare  last  rehearsed." 


Mar.  31 
Jnne  2 
June  23 
June  27 
Sept.  7 
Dec.  10 
Dec.  12 
Jan.  10 

Sept.  2 
Dec.  3 

April  12 
April  20 
Jnne  20 
June  23 
Sept.  2 

April  30 

Oct.  2 

Oct.  28 

Oct.  28 

Dec,  25 

Mar.  3 

ilar,  6 

Mar.  8 

Aug.  18 
Aug.  28 
Oct.  20 
Jan.  10 
Feb.  6 

April  8 
June  8 
July  8 
Aug.  10 
Sept.  10 


Anno  D")ii  1516. 
Joan  Hill  o-ent^. 
Bernard  Longe. 
Thomas  Aggas. 
Joan  Elioce. 
Wylliam  Symon. 
John  ChescmaD. 
J vlyau  Whyte. 
Koberte  Page. 

Anno  D'nTl547. 
Thomas  Gatton. 
Rychard  Otwaye. 

Anno  D"ni  151-8. 
John  fFrauncf. 
Thomas  Sexten. 
"William  Chapman. 
Marrian  Warner. 
Rychard  Stone. 

Anno  D'ni  1549. 
Rychard  Gatton. 
Augustine  Tickno"-. 
Rychard  Wheeler. 
Symon  Rumsey. 
Joan  A  Stone. 
John  ffrauncf. 
John  Robyiis. 
Agnes  Redfourthe. 

Anno  D'ni  1550. 
Joan  flraiincf. 
Margaret  Ifraunce. 
Robert e  Ifygge. 
Johan  ffitfge. 
Jeames  Kempe. 

Anno  D'ni  1551. 
Henry  Richebell, 
Henry  Eliote. 
Joan  Crofcer. 
Margaret  Robins. 
John  Wood. 


Oct.  8 
Oct.  22 
Jan.  17 

Feb.  10 
Mar.  10 

May  1 
June  10 
July  8 
Aug.  13 
Sept.  10 

J\[ar.  28 
Sept.  28 
Oct.  28 
Oct.  30 
Nov.  10 
Jan.  G 

April  10 
April  20 
Mar.  24 

Sept.  30 
Oct.  8 
Jan.  10 
Feb.  8 

April  23 
June  18 

Mar.  30 
April  8 
May  8 

*  Continued  from  p.  268. 


Oct.  8  W'illiara  A  Stone. 
^ov.  10    Rychard  Tickno--. 

Anno  D'ni  1552. 
Margaret  Symon. 
Nicholas  Seaman. 
Ileni-y  Maidman. 

Anno  D'ni  1553. 
A 1  lice  a  Stone. 
Jeames  Seaman. 

Anno  D'ni  1554. 
Thomas  Carter. 
John  Levet. 
Allice  Levet. 
John  Penycod. 
Allice  Gatton. 

Anno  D'ni  1555. 
Lettice  a  Stone. 
Henrv  Richbell. 
William  ffare. 

xillice  w.  of  Thomas  Gatton. 
John  Wood. 
Olyv"-  ffrannce. 

Anno  D'ni  155G. 
Allice  Cottismolde. 
Henry  Parkhnrste. 
Rychard  Cheseman. 

Anno  D'ni  1557. 
Thomas  Parkhnrste. 
Hughe  Brumoll. 
John  Gatton. 
J  oh  an  White. 

Anno  D'ni  1558. 
Anne  Woodes. 
Isabell  Hamond. 

Anno  D'ni  1559. 
Olyver  Gatton. 
Joan  Eggar. 
Joan  Longe. 


MISCELLAXEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HEKALDICA. 


Dec 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan.  25 
Feb.  15 


Feb 
Feb 
Feb 
Mar 
Mai- 
Mar 


[omitced]  28    Allice  ffraunce. 
fct.     S    John  ffranncf. 

Anno  ])'ni  1560. 
Xov.  20    John  Cot  tell. 

John  Sliiulde. 
John  Chapman. 
John  SaH"jer. 
Joan  Crofcer. 
Thomas  Kellsev.  ' 
John  Levee. 
John  Chennell. 
Agnes  Sawier. 

Anno  D'ni  1501. 
Philip  Durgate. 
Rjcharde  Warner. 
Joan  d.  of  Olvver  fErannres. 
Mary  d.  of  Thomas  ffraunces. 
Joan  d.  of  Sceven  Grace. 
Henry  s.  of  Hiimfrie  ffrighte. 
Anno  D'ni  1562. 
Last  day  of  Mar."  Mar.  31  Thomas 
Gas  ten. 
Thomas  White. 
Margaret  d.  of  Henry  Levet. 
Allice  w.  of  John  ffraunces. 
Joan  w.  of  Henry  Levet. 
Joan  w.  of  Thomas  Mvnger. 
Margaret  d.  of  Thomas  Mvn- 
ger. 

Jvlian  Wheeler,  widovre,  late 

w.  of  Richard  Wheeler. 
Edward  s.  of  John  ffraunces. 
2    Eichard  Wacfourtlie. 
2    John  Cottell. 
2G  [sic]    Margaret  d.  of  John 
ChennelL 
Anno  D'ni  1563. 
16    Edward  s.  of  John  Wickes. 
20    John  Parkhurst. 
25    Lettice  a  stone. 
?2    John  s.  of  Roberte  Brooker. 
?8    John  s.  of  William  Tui-ner. 
3    John  Risbridger. 
8    Ladie  Magdalene  Braye. 
;3    Margery  w.  of  Bartholomewe 
Parson. 

Anno  D'ni  1564. 
Rychard  Mabancke. 
Mai-y  Lucocke. 
Katharine  White. 
Allice  Warner. 
John  ffraunces. 
Henry  Maidman. 

Anno  D'ni  1565. 
Olyver  Red  fourth. 
Jvlian  Gaiten. 
Thomas  Parkhurst. 


April  1 
April  6 
April  8 
April  10 
April  12 
April  21 

May  11 


July 
Xov. 
Dec. 
Nov. 


Jan. 
Dec 
Dec 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Mar, 
Mar, 


13 


Feb.  23 
Feb.  24 
Mar.  9 
Mar.  10 
April  18 
April  19 

Aug.  25 
Sept.  8 
Dec.  13 


Jan.  26 
Feb.  17 
Mar.  7 
Mar.  14 

Dec.  30 
Feb.  20 
Mar.  6 
Mar.  8 
Mar.  15 

Mar.  27 
April  2 
Feb.  15 
July  23 
Sept.  15 
Feb.  5 
Feb.  26 

Aug.  26 
Nov.  14 

May  4 
July  27 
Aug.  11 
Aug.  21 

April  2 
April  S 
Apiil  17 
April  21 
April  27 
j\Iay  7 
Aug.  26 
Aug.  27 

Sept.  4 
Oct.  22 
Nov.  3 
Nov.  23 
Nov.  26 
Dec.  9 

^^lay  3 
Sept.  7 
Oct.  20 
Dec.  10 
Mar.  12 
Mar.  14 

Nov.  22 
Mar.  14 
Mar.  16 


Mar.  30 
May  1 


Anno  D'ni  1566. 
John  Willot. 
Joan  Longe. 
Doritliy  R^edfoni'the. 
JLargarct  w.  of  George  Re 

four  the. 
Henry  fl'uller. 
Margaret  U'raunces. 
Agnes  Walter. 
Margery  Otwaye. 
George  ff'rauncf. 

Anno  D'ni  1567. 
Agnes  w.  of  John  Chennell. 
Joliu  s.  of  John  Chennell. 
John  Hawoorth. 
Henry  Brumall. 
Allice  White. 
Robei't  Levet. 
Edmund  ffuller. 

Anno  D'ni  1568. 
Robert  Barnes. 
Wiiliam  ffrauncf. 

Anno  D'ni  1569. 
Jolm  Leigh. 
John  Symon. 
Allice  Rodger. 
M''  William  Shurley. 

Anno  D'ni  1570. 
Thomas  Huat. 
M'-  John  Wakefeilde. 
Geojge  flraunees. 
Richai'd  Elyot. 
Elizabeth  Dendy. 
Allice  A  Stone. 
^Tary  Turner. 

Agnes  w.  of  Rycliard  Wor- 

nome. 
Joan  Semon. 
John  Bicknolde. 
Joan  Romsey. 
John  White. 
John  Levet. 
Joan  Gatton. 

Anno  D'ni  1571. 
•lolin  Kirrell. 
AVylliam  Turner. 
Allice  A  Stfine. 
Joan  Symond. 
Wylliara  Dungate. 
Reynolde  Chapman. 

Anno  D'ni  l.'i72. 
John  Maidman. 
P]lizabetli  Maidman. 
John  Carpenter. 

Anno  D'ni  1573. 
Agnes  ffrauncf.  ■  ' 

Jeames  a  Stone. 


308 

Maj  12 
May  IS 
May  22 
June  S 
Feb.  15 
Mar.  li 


MISCELLANEA  GEXEALOGICA  ET  HEKALDICA. 


May  11 
Jan.  14 
Jan.  22 
Feb.  22 
Feb.  24 

Mar.  81 
April  11 
April  U 
April  16 
April  24 
May  2 
June  1 
J  ane  6 
June  29 
Sept.  28 
Xov.  6 
Nov,  15 
Nov.  23 
Jan.  4 
Jan.  18 
Feb.  13 
Mar.  13 

Mar.  25 
April  10 
J  une  8 
July  2 
Aug.  2 
Nov.  15 
Dec.  29 
Feb.  15 
Uav.  11 
Mar.  24 

Mar.  26 
Sept.  30 
Dec.  20 
Mar.  5 
Mar.  7 


May  27 
Aug.  7 
Aug.  7 
Sept.  16 
Sept.  27 
Oct.  3 
Dec,  24 


John  Chapman. 
M"  Mary  Hili. 
Elizabeth  Stone. 
Xicholas  Eh'ot. 
George  Bicknolde. 
Anne  Kellsey. 

Anno  D'ni"  1574. 
Margaret  Lucocke. 
Milicent  Carpenter, 
i'dith  Longhnrst. 
Elizabeth  Otway. 
Robert  Brooker. 
Robert  Cliennell. 

Anno  D'ni  1575. 
J^rargaret  Sti-eet. 
"William  Brooker. 
William  Kirrell. 
Jvlian  Kirrell. 
Joan  Bicknolde. 
Joan  Myllard. 
M--  Oliver  Hill. 
Katharine  ffi-anncp 
Walter  Parkhurst.  ' 
fflorence  Chaunler. 
Joan  West. 
Lawrence  Hampshire. 
Nicholas  Marten. 
John  Slarkes. 
John  Eggar. 
Jean  Bedford. 
Richard  a  Stone. 

Anno  D'ni  1576. 
Thomas  Mower. 
Joan  Lane. 
Maude  Maidman. 
Robert  Dendv. 
Richard  Battell. 
Elizabeth  Redford. 
Richard  Sandes. 
Elizabeth  Seaman,  widowe. 
Margaret  Chennell,  widowe 
Joan  Stevens. 

Anno  D'ni  1577, 
Clemence  Stevens. 
John  Champyon.  ' 
I^fargaret  Brooker. 
John  s.  of  Byohard  Bedford. 
Afargaret  d.  of  Henry  Chen- 
nell. 

Anno  D'ni  1578. 

Rose  w.  of  .John  Sandes. 

SP"  Creswell, 

John  Creswell. 
Jean  psou  [person]. 
Allice  Hitchcocke. 
Ehzabeth  Lucocke 
William  Griffin. 


Jan.  6 
Mar.  13 


April  1 
i'^Iay  5 
July  12 
Aug.  10 
Jan.  9 

June  1 
June  14 
July  25 
Nov.  12 
Mar.  13 
Mar.  14 

April  26 
May  10 
May  15 
3 fay  22 
May  26 
Nov.  2 
Dec.  1 
Jan.  8 
Jan.  15 

Jan.  18 
Mar.  27 
May  10 
July  6 

July  22 

July  22 

Oct.  5 

Oct.  7 

Nov.  30 

Dec.  25 


Jan.  26 
Oct.  6 
"  Uppon 
Sonday  " 
Jan.  4 
J  Jin.  ,  . 
Mar.  12 
Mar.  25 
Aug.  19 
Sept.  12 
Nov.  7 
Feb.  23 
Mar.  13 


April  6 
May  3 
ilay  8 
May  19 
June  14 


Jane  Wickes. 

George  s.  of  John  Parkhur.-^te. 

Anno  D'ni  1579. 
John  Lippescombe. 
William  Crouchloud. 
John  Redford. 
Thomas  Tanner. 
Morrice  Waters. 

Anno  D'ni  1580. 
Eh'zabeth  Belldam. 
John  White. 
Hono"-  Wickes. 
Roberte  Maidinan. 
Robert  Longhurst. 
William  Maidman. 

Anno  D'ni  1581. 
Anthony  Slarkes. 

Edward  Braye  kuighte. 
Elizabeth  Tewesley. 
Henry  Hunte. 
Allice  Seman. 
Roberte  Duly. 
Olyver  Levet. 
Joan  arabancke,  widowe. 
Philip  ftrannce. 

Anno  D'ni  1582. 
Agnes  fl'enne. 
Olyvei-  ffraunces. 
Thomas  Houne. 
Margaret  Wickes. 
Jean  ffeiine. 
Joan  Boxfoulde. 
Margaret  Lawi-ence. 
Betterice  Warner. 
Joan  Hewet. 
Jeames  3ial)ancke. 

Anno  D'ni  1583. 
Hnmfrye  Stone, 
M'^  Emma  Hill,  widowe,  some- 
tyrae  w.  of  M'-  Olyver  Hill 
Anno  D'ni  1584. 
Joan  d.  of  Robert  Brooker 
Margaret  d.  of  Thomas  Kellsev 
Amy  w.  of  Henry  Levet 
Thomas  s.  of  Anthony  Bicknoll. 
Wil ham  s.  of  Olyver  ffraunces. 
Rychard  Green. 
Wylliam  s.  of  William  Punter. 
Kobert  Lawrence. 
George  s.  of  Robert  Stidman  of 
Cranley. 

Anno  D'ni  1585. 
Rowland  Hall. 
Joan  Gatton. 

Margaret  w.  of  John  Hunte. 
John  Cooke. 
Margaret  Davye, 


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July  13 

Julj  30 

Occ.  16 

Oct.  29 

^^'ov.  15 

Feb.  i 

llav.  7 

^lar.  19 
April  4 
April  13 
July  27 
Jn]j  27 
Xov.  28 
Bee.  3 

3rav  6 
IG 

June  9 
June  IS 
Auo:.  6 
Aug.  19 
Aug.  22 
Oct.  21 
Dec.  11 
Jan.  25 
Jau.  31 
Feb.  8 
Feb.  10 
Feb.  26 
Mar.  1 


Wjlliam  Chennell. 
John  Slower. 
Jean  Wiclcf. 
^l'  Edmund  Hill. 
John  s.  of  Roger  BicknoII. 
Joau  w.  of  John  Allin. 
Thomas  Maidman. 

Anno  D'ni  158G. 
Bartholomewe  Croncher. 
Robert  ^Vooddiclie. 
Sibill  \y.  of  Jolm  Olyver. 
Thomas  Mowton. 
John  Sandes. 
Edward  Chennell. 
Thomas  s.  of  Thomas  Keen. 

Anno  D'lii  1587. 
Allice  Warner,  widowe. 
Davje  Jones. 
Xycholas  "Wickes. 
Nycholas  Allyngham. 
Elizabeth  Lyne^ 
John  Pimtar. 

Margery  Chennell,  widowe. 
Ry  chard  Red  ford. 
John  s.  of  Thomas  Keen. 
Allice  Jackman. 
Joan  Gaston. 
Roberto  Venne. 
Roberte  Stockdale. 
Margaret  Tanner,  widowe 
Allice  Ballchilde. 

Anno  D'ni  1588. 
June  10    Dorithy  Maidman. 
June  16    Gregory  Croftar. 
Sept.  16    Anne  Lawrencp 
Nov.    2    Annibell  ftenne. 
.  Jan.  22    John  Redford. 

Anno  D'ni  1589. 

Aprd  25  Domynicke  Hjirmes. 

June    5  Roberte  Lucocke 

June   5  William  Lncocke. 

June  19  Anthonve  Bicknall 

Oct..  10  Thomas'Puntar. 

Feb.  27  John  Steavens. 

Mar.   8  John  Levet. 

Anno  D'ni  1590 

Ang.  21    George  Parkhurs;. 

Oct.  28  Joan  Keen. 

Oct.  30  John  Keen. 

Nov.  12    Roberte  Chittye. 

Jan.    2  Thomas  Slarkes. 

Jan.    3  Joan  Sceavens,  wvdowe 

Jan.  27  Jean  A  Stone.  ' 

Feb.    5  Agnes  ffranncp. 

Feb.  26  Ellin  Blackman, 


June  9 
Ang.  18 
Aug.  25 
Sept.  17 
Oci.  21 
Nov.  3u 
Dec.  24 
Dec.  26 

April  13 
Ju]ie  2-1 
July  3 
July  5 
July  26 
Aug.  14 
Aug.  14 
Oct.  7 
Nov.  5 
Nov.  13 
Nov.  13 
Nov.  26 
Nov.  29 
Dec.  6 
Dec.  6 
Dec.  12 
Dec.  16 
Dec.  25 
Mar.  9 
I\rar.  II 
I\rar.  20 

]\rar.  29 
April  24 
April  30 
May  4 
May  30 
June  5 
June  9 
June  20 
Aug.  14 
Dec.  5 
Mar.  12 

May  10 

May  22 

Sept.  30 
Jan.  28 
Feb.  15 

April  17 
Mav  I 
^lay  3 
May  26 


Anno  D'ni  1591. 
lien  IT  Hammon. 
Joan  Gatton.  widowe. 
'    John  ^\'est.e. 

Agnes  IMaidnian,  widowe. 
Henry  Maidman. 

Anne  Brave. 
Owen  Warwicke. 
h'ychard  A  Stone.. 

Anno  D'ni  1592. 
John  Slarkes. 
Heniy  [blank]. 
Amy  Longliursce. 
Joan  Keen. 
Jul\an  Lncocke. 
Ellyn  Ticknor. 
Lawrence  White. 
Amy  Keen. 
Svmon  Joans. 
John  Alldridge. 
Henry  ffigge." 
Doi  ii'hy  Rysbridger. 
Margaret  Gatton. 
]\Iargai'et  West. 
Edw;ird  Levet. 
Anthony  Bicknoll. 
Avis  ffenue. 
Joan  Lawrence. 
John  Danipard. 
Thomas  Sawyer. 
Allice  A  Stone. 

Anno  D'ni  1593. 
Joan  flewet. 
John  Rishridger. 
Jeanies  Dudley. 
Katharine  ^Maidman. 
Anne  d.  of  Thomas  Kellsev. 
Durithy  w.  of  George  Redford. 
Bettei-ice  Barrat. 
Luce  w.  if  John  Killer. 
Richard  Lncocke. 
John  Warner. 

Allice  w.  of  William  A  Stone. 

Anno  D'ni  1594. 
Elizabeth  w.  of  George  Chen- 
nell. 

Jeames  s.  of  John  Chasemore. 

Anno  D'ni  1595. 
Joau  d.  of  Olyver  White. 
Bartholomewe  Person. 
Widowe  Nettlefoulde." 

Anno  D'ni  1596. 
Ityciiard  Davy. 
Thomas  ffrauncf. 
Pleasaunce  White. 
John  m-aunce  s.  of  Thomas 
ffraunces. 


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Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
rsov. 
Dec. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
lifar. 
Mar. 


17  George  Goddard. 

21  John  l^arret. 

29  Joan  Huiite. 

■20  "  Jolm  Anives  wife." 

6  William  Redfoi-d. 

2  Betterice  w.  of  Edward  Kir- 
rell. 

2  Joan  d.  of  Edward  Kirrcll. 

12  John  s.  of  Georo-e  Gatton. 

15  "William  PnnteiC 

21  Olyver  White, 

23  .John  Allin. 

Anno  D'ni  1507. 

Mar.  30    Pleasannce   w.    of  Edward 
White. 

Elizabeth  w.  of  Olyver  White. 
Heniy  s.  of  George  Steavcus. 
Joan  Small. 

Joan  d.  of  Edward  White. 
Katharine  w.  of  John  Kis- 
bridper. 


April  .3 
April  .3 
April  8 
April  -27 
July  28 
Sept.  2 
Sept.  10 
Sept.  18 
Oct.  7 


April  2 
April  3 
April  5 
April  6 
April  1] 


April  23 
April  28 

April  30 
May  11 
May  12 
May  17 
June  2 
June  5 
June  19 
J  uly  5 
July  6 
July  13 

Sept.  l-l 
Sept.  li 
Sept.  19 
Sept.  -26 
Oct.  2 
Oct.  10 
Dec.  21 

J.ID.  4 

Mar.  10 
Mar.  13 


Jean  ITrannces. 

Katharine    w.   of  Thomas 

Mounger. 
Aune  Plolden. 
Mabell  Stonell. 
Agnes  a  Scone. 
Katharine  Gatton. 
Elizabeth  Speed. 
I\rargery  w.  of  Henry  White. 
Hono''  w.  of  John  White. 
Joan  w.  of  George  Steavens. 
Henry  Levet. 

Joan  w.  of  Mathewe  Black 

man. 
Hanna  Suapall. 
Thomas  Aborne. 
A  nice  a  Stone. 
Olyver  Battel!. 
Amye  Sewer. 
Amies  Ifairebroother. 
Elizabeth  Chennell. 
Joan  Wickes. 
"  Rdberte  Davis  his  wife." 
Ptoberte  Parkhurst. 


Anno  D'ui  1598. 
Xov.  16    John  Steavens. 
Xov.  21    Joan  w.  of  John  Xeell 
Dec.  22    John  Slyvell. 
Jan.  17    ]\Iylicent  Sewer. 
Jan.  21    Joan  w.  of  John  Lowicke. 
Feb.  19    Katharine  d.  of  John  Gatton 
"  Mar.  13    Nicholas  Ellis  his  wife." 
Mar.  15    Julyan  w.  of  John  Moose. 


Anno  D'ui  1599. 
Agues  Seaman. 
Juan  d.  of  Elizabeth  Plaruies. 
Doritliy  Pioger. 

^[argaret  w.  of  Thomas  Cooke. 
Henry  White. 
William  ffraunces. 
Edward  Styute. 
Allice  w.  (if  .John  Parkhurst. 
Margaret  d.  (,f  Juiin  Chennoll 
the  younger. 
Xov.    1    :\faiT   w.   of   Richard  fQiire- 
broother. 

Feb.  15    Henry  s.  of  Richard  Stone. 

Anno  D'ui  IGOO. 
April  ]  5    Allice  d.  of  Edward  Levet. 
^lay  18    George  Redford. 
June   3    William  Hunte. 
July    2    Agues  Moorer,  widowe. 
July    C    Agnes  w.  of  George  Harmes. 
Aug.  10    Anne  White. 
Sept.  12    William  Steavens. 
Oct.     G    Roberte  s.  and  heire  of  Georo-e 
Parkhurst. 
Margaret  d.  of  John  Gattou  the 
elder. 

Rychard   s.   of   Jcames  Ma- 

bancke. 
"Agues  was  buyried." 
Margaret  Moose. 
Elizabeth  ffuller. 
Widowe  Symons. 

Anno  D'ui  1601. 
Jean  ffraunces. 
John  White. 
Margaret  Plunte. 

Henry  Stones  wife." 
Dorithy  Lucocke. 
Thomas  White. 

Anno  D'ni  1602. 
Adrian  w.  of  Anthony  Lyrret. 
John  Harper. 
Nicholas  Seman. 
Jeames  Chasemore. 
M'dvy  Hitchcocke. 
Joan  w.  of  Henry  Stone. 
Philip  Chasemore. 
Richard  Woodhatche. 
John  s.  of  Jeames  Mabancke. 
Anne  Bicknolde. 
Joan  Hunte. 

Anno  D'ni  1C03. 
Katharine  Stone. 
Mystris  Gascrill  d.  of  Sir  Ed- 
ward Braye. 


Oct.  6 

Nov.  25 

Jan.  1 

Jan.  17 

Jan.  29 

^lai'.  2 


^lay  4 
May  28 
June  8 
Aug.  30 
Sept.  19 
Jan.  G 

April  2 
Mav  25 
July  2 
Sept..  12 
Oct.  6 
Nov.  23 
Jan.  2 
Feb.  10 
Mar.  3 
Mar.  8 
Mar.  9 


April  26 
April  30 


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:May  9 
June  4 
June  15 
June  29 
Aug.  la 


Kobort  -ffrauncx. 

George  Whice. 

INIaiT  Cobbe. 

Aiithouie  Brooker. 

Juan  \v.  of  Thomas  ."^eaiiiaii. 


Sept.    1    Edward  Seaman. 
Sept.   2    Juliii  Davye. 
Feb.  20    "■  Dame  ^hivy  the  Ladie  Braie 


the  hite  wife  of  Edmund 
Tyhiey  Escjniic." 


MAKKIAGES. 


Anno  D'ni  1547. 


This  Booke  rcade  the  vj'ti  daye  of  October  in  the  yeare  of  C  Lord  God  one 
Thonsaud  fyve  hnndreth  four  tie  seaven  of  all  those  that  haue  bene  maried  in  the 
Parishe  Chyrche  of  Shere  in  the  Couutie  of  Surrey. 

"John  Aggas  was  maried  unto  Elizabeth  Twer  y^-  xvij"'  Dave  of  October  in  the 
yeare  seaven,"  etc.,  as  above. 

1547  Oct.  17  John  Aggas  to  Elizabeth  Tyver. 

1548  Oct.  21  Wylliam  Welles  to  Katharine  Ifeilde, 
July  20  George  Redfourthe  to  j\Iargaret  Badgci'. 
Feb.  23  Thomas  Mower  to  Agnes  iJiake. 

1549  Jan.  24  Henry  Martin  to  Agnes  Scotcher. 
Feb.    6  Roberte  Maidraati  to  Agnes  Eggar. 

1550  Sept.  27  John  ^Mawer  to  PleasauVice  ffraunces. 
Feb.  10  Edward  ffen  to  Joan  Scocher. 

1551  June  25  John  Shudde  to  Anne  Mawer. 

July  18         Vvllliam  Dawdrey  to       :\Iarget  Roper. 

1552  June    8    Henry  Levet  to  Joan  Eggar. 
July  13    John  Steavens  to  Allice^Svmons. 
Aug.  10    Olyver  Levet  to  Joan  Symons. 

1553  May  8  Robert  ffigge  to  Jvlian  Horwaye. 
Nov.  10  Thomas  Kellsey  to  Agnes  Ridley. 
Dec.  10    Henry  Eliote  to  Joan  KirrelL 

1554  Jan.  20    Roberte  Woi'nam  to  Allice  White. 
Feb.  10  Xycholas  Berymou  to  :\Ln'garet  Eliot. 
Feb.  20  Rychard  Lucocke  to  Elizabeth  Steavens. 

1555  April  8  John  Clercke  to  Allice  Rocker. 
June  10  Thomas  Hewet  to  Joan  FLammond. 
July  20  Rychard  A  Stone  to  Elizabeth  Parkhurst. 

1556  Aug.  24  Olyver  ffraunces  to  Joan  Welles. 
Jan.  24  Huiufrey  Stone  to  Elizalieth  Eliote. 
Feb.    8  Rychard  Wacfourthe  to  Allice  Wickf. 

1557  May  23  Walter  Morris  to  Agnes  Wheeler. 
July  21  Olyver  ffrannce  to  Elizabeth  Gotten. 
Aug.  22  William  Otwaye  to  Joan  Risbridger. 

1558  April  13  Tiioraas  Hairion  to  Allice  Stidman. 
June  23  Rychard  Houghton  to  Allice  Bradshawe. 
July  20  Jeames  Pereson  to  Ellin  AVillson. 

1559  Aug.  22  .John  Moonger  to  Joan  A  Stone. 
Aug.  27  AVylliam  Lyne  to  Jean  :JLabancke. 
Nov.  23  John  White  to  Katharine  Estman. 

1560  April  10  Roberte  Mellershe  to  Dorithye  Risbrideer. 
Oct,  28  Tolin  Allin  to  Joan  Ohennell. 

Oct.  30  John  Mabancke  to  Margaret  Ghennell. 

1561  July  10  Jeames  Page  to  Allice  Barnes. 
Oct.  18  Henry  Levet  to  Amye  Wornam. 
Nov.  15  Rychard  Person  to  Joan  Luffe, 


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1562  Maj  10    Thom:^s  Skyaner  to  Joan  Brooker. 

I  -.60  Jm'v'  to  Katharine  \Vil!ote.  ■ 

i.>bo  Jan.  lo  John  Robmsonne  (0  Joan  Mvn.. VI- 

lobi  bep  .  1,  Thoinas  Mvnger  to  Katharne  Ward 

A-n-  r^T'^  i^^''"'^^^!''^  Lucocke  to  SFarirarct  8ewor 

0.0  Oct.  20  J)hnChennelHoAl]iceHcTVonn4"n 

.06  Jan.  2o  Henry  WMte  to  Margery- March  ° 

106/  Aov.    9  )V,llia,nWeI!er  to  Armo  Stone. 

1568  in V  4  '^«"^)J>tertoAnneBrumalI. 

•  ~l  i*^''"  Twyerotte  to  Elliu  Earlowe. 


iK,-Q    AT       n    "  ,  "  -i^nm  i3ar  owe 

S    0  ,?r'lSlr'^^fcoPhi]]isSean.an. 
lin    00  to  Agnes  Chapman. 

nf.',    D''^'^^'"!^™  to  Elizabeth  Fuller. 

157->  W  ->«  y to  Katharine  ParkhurstP. 
.10/2    ^ept.  28    ^vmon  Lyne  to  Jean  Mabancke. 

1573  Jn  v  i  if ^"  ^'T-'''^  to  Agnes  Parkhnrste. 
i  /  ^^lioiuas  Keen  to  Joan  Chapman. 
July  18  Henry  Maidman  to  Agnes  Edwardes. 
Se^t.  0  Roberte  Hewet  to  Elizabeth  Carpenter. 

1574  T«n    •  '    ^^1""'^  ^'T''     ^^^"'g^^i-et  Redford. 
1^7-    Ar  -  ol'llBoxallto  JoanMartyn. 

1070    May  la     \.lham  Huggins  to  Mary  Brooker. 
Uct.  IC    John  Wenson  to  Mary  Knio-hte 
Aov.    6    Thomas  Hone  to  Agnes  Eliote. 

Feb   f?  ^^T''     ^^^'S^^'^^  Mabancke. 

1^7.'    Ar        ,  ^r«''tjn  to  Joan  Ticknor. 

lo/b    May  22  Roberta  Smalle  to  Joan  Seaman. 

-Ju  y    1  Edward  Baker  to  Snsan  Cocke. 

^ct.  14  John  Joans  to  Joan  Nvme^ 

1577  ^Zuu■    "7^^' to  Elizabeth  Stone, 
lo. .    Apui  10    .John  Whice  to  Honour  Porter. 

May  20  Henry  Chennell  to  Anne  Tydie. 

nZ  in  ^r'"S«J,'>t's  to  Agnes  Card vner. 

Nov  '2        '""^  ^t^'^'  ^°  ^°'-i^hy  Chapman. 

1578  trl     '  to  Maudelyne  Kellsey. 
1078    Sept.    ,  Olyver  Stone  to  Joan  E£r<rar. 

Oct.     9    John  Belldam  to  Allice  Smnmer. 

1579  Wi?    "^-"^y  Stonnell  to  Agnes  Maidman. 
10/9    June  14    Lawrence  Marter  to  Joan  Waters. 

In  I  19    J^'-^'^^e  Smithe  to  Allice  Qaennell. 
July  12    Roger  Weller  to  Joan  Keene. 

n^  '  ^y  ^i";^'^S'''""^'^^«^^""e  Stidnian. 

Oct.  12  Walter  Peter  to  Joan  Punter. 

nZ'  i  r  S^"'-^  (-'fiasemore  to  Lettis  Maidman. 

Mav  ^  r  f^<i".Shurste  to  Joan  Hyde, 

irav  ?  P  Pleasaunce  Ciuipnian. 

Jnii  I  J  y        I^'Ppescombe  to  Margaret  Redford. 

T  !^  ,f  •i*',^'"  ^een  to  ]\rargaret  Tieknor 


1580  May 


July  1/    Edward  Ehot  to  Elizabeth  Carre. 

oT'  9I    R  T''!.  5'"''^  ^«  ^'^"^  Parkhurste. 
Uct,  24    Rychard  ffairebroother  to  Mary  Waters 


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1581    ^ky  21  Henry  feS  CO  Agnes  Cooles. 

June    6  Rychard  Green  to  I^Iaroavet  %mon. 

June  12  Rychard  Parvis  to  Milicent  Carre. 

June  IS  Machewe  Blackmau  to  Juan  Sceavens. 

July  lb  ^\illiam  Punter  to  Elizabech  3Iabancke. 

Oct.     1  Henry  feS  to  Ellin  Gatton. 

Vr"'         ^i'^bert  BaxfouIde  to  Katharine  Mellishe. 
los2    May     6    Rate  Tydie  to  Amy  trraunce 

Jnjy    2    Xycholas  Seaman  to  Joan  A  Stone. 
,  -  o,    o        ^  .  '^y^^^'^  ^0  Elizabeth  Kellsey. 

1063    Sunday,  Jane   2    John  Xeoll  to  Joan  llrauncf,  ^idowe. 

June   9    Henry  Venne  to  Amiable  Sinyther. 
Sunday,  June  16    John  Mytchyner  to  Agnes  Hone,  ^vidowe. 
loS4     T       -'^    u--,r'    ^r^'''''^  Parkhnr.ce  to  Elizabeth  Voyce. 
lo84    .Tune    x    \)  ilham  Kynge  to  Joan  Youno-e,  wido\ye 
June  lo    Ihomas  Martyr  to  Margery  Chennell 
Aug.  31    Robert  Lawrence  to  Anne  Belldam. 
Sept.  17    John  Barrat  to  Joan  Ponyn^'-folde 
Oct.  25    John  Levet  to  Dorithie  Boulton.  ' 
loSo    May  13    Thomas  Haybetyll  to  Agnes  Pillfoulde. 
June  li    John  Maidraan  to  Jean  tfrauucf 
Aug.  19    M^  Bartholoraewe  Goodwyn  to  M"  Mary  Hill 
feept.  2/    Anthonie  Clifton  to  Joan" Kynge,  widowe. 
Jan.  IG    Thomas  Mowton  to  Joan  Kelyn>re 
Jan.  23    Edward  Levet  to  Elizabeth  S^on'e. 
loSfa    June    6    John  Wellar  to  Phillis  Bailchilde. 
June  IS    Jeames  Mabancke  to  Anne  Bardiu 
Oct.  10    John  Olyver  to  Dorithy  Pomell 
Oct.  16    Thomas  Wellcr  to  Anne  Levet. 
Aov.  27    Edward  Kirrell  to  Betrice  Arnolde 
Jan.  17    John  Allin  to  Elizabeth  Hewet. 
i^«7     r       ,?  Bicknall  to  Elizabeth  HypkvDs. 

]-d  't''-  ^>!>olas  fibster  to  Julian  fenne.  " 
1088  May  21  Henry  Ventris  to  Elizabeth  Bniler. 
loS9    April  27    Heni-y  Yen  to  Avis  Hipkins. 

Juue  16    AVilliam  ft'osson  to  Julian  Stockdale. 
Sept.  14    Jeames  Holden  to  Rose  Kitchyuer 
Occ.  13    John  Kellsey  to  Elizabeth  Slarckf 
Jan.  13    Edward  Butler  to  Mary  Soden. 
loOO    May  31    Thomas  Brette  to  ^yenefride  Yentris 
June  28    Richiird  Cooke  to  Joan  Ticknor 
A-v.  22    John  Chennell  to  Agues  Lyne 
1-01    n/V".    i«f"^^lJ^artylmewe  to  .Jean  Duly. 
Ia91    Oct.  2i    Edward  Lee  to  Agues  Kynge. 

Nov.    7    John  Goddard  to'EIizabetirHuswife 
Aov.    8    Geoi'ge  Chennell  to  Elizabeth  Hamon. 
JSov.    8    Richard  ffigge  to  Joan  Duly. 
1592    April  3    Thcmas  West  to  Mariraret  Green. 
Oct.  30    John  Coddesden  to  Agues  Lane. 
Aov.    6    Robert  Hunte  to  Agnes  Leyet 

TOO    R^''-  Tr'°'"^' Risbridger. 

lo93    May  20  Henry  Ede  to  Anne  Yeutris. 

July  10  Thomas  U'est  to  Jean  Stevens. 

Aug.    5  John  feare  to  Sara  Kii-corae 

n  o!  S!^'"''  ^l^'^^  ^'^  Elizabeth  Levet,  widowe. 

ucD.  ^1  liiomas  Champion  to  Katharine  ffrauucf 

iNov.  5  Edward  Daya  to  Joan  Joure. 

VOL.  II.,  SERIES  y,  . 


314  MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 

1503    Jan.  oo    P.oborte  Brooker  to  Mai-aret  Levet 

lo96    May    4  Rvclinrd  Martjn  to  Mai-aret  Cooll. 

•  line  ?b  John  Gatton  to  Katharine  Sawyer 

Aug.    9  John  ^Yhite  to  Ao.„es  Eliot.  " 

Q*^';  '."^  Thomas  Stynte  to  Jraro-aretChennell. 

1^.9/    ^ept.  L'b  Lck-ard  Kyrrell  to  Jean  Broomfeilde. 

1  .%oc    T       :  ^  homas  Belldani  to  Agnes  West. 

July  IG  Iienry  Yentris  to  Mandeljne  tfrauncf. 
1  r^ac    T  T'-    ^  to  Joan  Eabbete. 

IWJ    July    2  Henry  Brockwell  to  Rose  Paidge,  M-idowe. 

iTAA  ,  5*^'"'^^'  '^^one  to  :\Jargai'et  CheiTnell. 

IGOO    May    4  Rychard  Bicknolde  to  Lettis  Gad. 

Q  "r  ^^''oiu^s  Cobbe  to  Joan  Lippescombe. 

irni     T  P  -J^^^"  Maynard  to  Joan  Elliot. 

It  97  ^^^^"^7  ^^I'V-^^^^oo^'tl' to  Jean  Woorsfoulde. 

bept.  27  Beniamyn  A\'ashford  to  Anne  Chenuell. 

Aug.  24  Henry  Bamlet  to  Sara  ffayre. 

Uct.  10  IJ-ichoIas  Symon  to  Elizabeth  ffreeuian. 

Aov.    7  John  Rogers  to  ffrauncis  Moose 

^^ov.    7  Walter  Burstowe  to  Jean  Redford. 

Aov.  13  George  Lyne  to  Dorithve  Peter 


GENEALOGICAL  EXTRACTS  FROM   SIXTEENTH-CEKTURY  Y  JLl  S 
IJs   IHL  CONSISTORY  COURT  AT  CANTERBURY.* 
YOLUME  XIY. -continued. 

st.l3^hSs''^fs;?^:fyo!^^?^'^t  'r'^' 

goes  forward.    Se Hearer  his  wifr   °R  1^  t  u'"'f 1^^'^'      ^he  work 

to  Hani  bis  son  at  the  a  ';  of       in,:      .1    tenements  m  Lyn.inge  and  Elehan, 

tojohA.son.  Rt^:,::^^:::^^-:^^  "^^^n^^n^T-' 

there  next  to  his  father  and  rnoZr     v,Vh  V    p  '"'"'f'^     ^''^  churchyard 

Johan  Horseley  his  brother  in  law     T^"^'"?'  S'^dson.    John  his  son. 

ments  to  his  sdd  son  at  4  iTr;  ot?  ,  ^'V"^'"  ^ ''^^  ^''"''^  '-^'"^  tene- 
sold  if  he  should  dec^i^l^^rir  ^::^^^^t,2ff''-^'''' 

^.^'-r^-^^'!^^^  -  ^"e  Church  of 

*  Continued  from  p.  272, 


MISCELLANEA  GEXEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA,  315 

V\T'^\--  '  •'"'^^  Mai-aret.    Eliz.  wife  of  brother  Thomas.  Date.! 

J  .May  lo26.    [For  earlier  Haaletfc  Wills  see  "  Archteologia  Cantiana,"  vol.  xxxii.J 


VOLUME  XY 


AV  r^^'  ^'^"t-  ^-l^^ellin-  in  the  Hospital  of  St.  John  without  the 

Walls  of  the  Catj  of  Caiuerburj.  Wills  that  there  be  made  as  lar-e  a  window  at 
our  Ladies  Awter  ot  the  said  Hospital  as  there  then  was  at  the  High  Awter  of  the 
said  Hospital  to  be  glazed  with  such  Imagery  or  Pictures  as  he  should  shew  to  his 
said  Lxc'cutors  to  be^done  within  2  years  next  after  his  decease.  Thomasine  his 
IrL   r    }     T  ^/^^^^^'"^  of  St.  Gregory.    Master  Wotton.  William 

w-i  '  u  ^  ^'1  -^^"i"  ^^lugham,  Staple  and  Goodneston  purchased  of 
William  Broke- -and  m  Westbere  and  Chislet  purchased  of Overtou.  Alys  Wode 
his  grandniother.  illiam  Tukke  his  graudfather.  Thomasyu  his  wife.  His 
Lauds  in  Boughton  purchased  of  Richard  Potman.  Johanne  his  dauo-hter  His 
maiior  of  Hawe  m  St.  Stephens  of  Hackington.  A  Court  Lodge  and  Dove  House 
in  be,,.  Dunstans  etc.,  to  the  use  of  himself  and  his  wife  in  tail  mail.  Remainder 
to  their  right  heirs.  Remainder  to  his  said  wife  and  her  heirs  in  fee.  He  wills 
that  nis  manors,  lands  etc.,  in  Whitstaple,  Cosmus  Blean,  Stnrry  and  Bekesborne 
late  belonging  to  ^1  ill, am  Woodland  his  grandfather,  and  which  Alice  AYoode 
daughter  ot_  the  said  illiam,  his  grandmother,  devised  to  him  bv  her  will  to 
Ihomasva  his  wife  for  life  and  afterwards  to  the  heirs  of  his  body'iu  tail  male 
Remainder  to  the  heirs  general  of  his  body,  etc.  His  manor  of  Brendley  in 
Boughton  with  Its  appurtenances  in  like  manner.  Benet  his  sister  wife  of  Richard 
Ramsey.  Sir  Dunstan  Petle,  Vicar  of  Westgate,  Canterbury.    Proved  12  Oct.  1527. 

fo.  16.  CliLES  Andrew  of  Cranbrooke.  Mill  lands,  ponds  and  appurtenances 
in  Lose  and  Farley  called  Pympesmill  to  John  Andrew  his  son.  A  messua<^e 
garden  lands  and  wood  held  by  him  of  the  feoftees  of  the  lands  and  tenemeSt^ 
^0%ril  15 "'^  '"'''''^"^  ''^  ^"^^''^'^^^^^se-  i^ated 

aJU^'  f  of  Aldington.     Alys  his  wife.     Elizabeth  his 

daughtei  Thomas  and  Ma,tin  his  sons,  then  under  age.  Fyer  Iktt,  water  flett.* 
James  Blachyuden.    ^\  illiam  Halke.    Proved  19  Jane  1528. 

1  .u'^nP;  of  Robert  Gierke.    Deuys  her  dauehtor.  Eh'za- 

beth  Gierke.    Ihomas  and  Martin  her  sons.    Proved  19  June  1528.'" 

fo  35  THOiFAS  Laod  of  Aldington.  To  the  building  of  the  new  steeple  there 
6s,  8d.    Agnes  his  wife.    His  i  daughters.    Proved  19  June  1528. 

fo.  43.  Joux  AT  Wood  of  Holyngborne.  To  be  buried  in  the  churchyard 
there.  Agnes  his  wife  Benet  Hawkins  his  wife's  daughter.  Wilfe  that  Agnes 
his  wile  should  have  all  his  lands  and  tenements  in  Holyngborne  for  life  according 
to  her  jointure  Remainder  to  his  3  sons  Richard,  Robert  and  Xtopher  in  taif 
lo  John  his  eldest  son  the  messuage  he  dwelt  in  and  all  his  lands  in  Kent  in  fee 
for  ever  and  if  either  of  the  said  Richard.  Robert  or  Xtopher  dved  without  iieirs 
of  their  bodies  lawful  y  descended  the  lands  so  devised  to  them  to  come  to  his  son 
P      d  ^sTl   r  >8  """"  ^^""''ter. 


(2'o  be  continued.) 


Bote. 


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MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 


il^ionumaual  Inscriptions  antr  ^traltin>  iii 
annotations  from  eililte,  etc.* 


49. 


Cave  sis  graduju 
pergas  viator 
priusqnam  liaac 
perlegeris 

m  certam  beatje  resurrection  is  spem  tena3  sequestiatu 
vir  '^7"^  T'''^'''^  ^"^"'^^'"^  '"«'tis  liospitiu 

pietatem  melyt,  generis  seriem  aniplas  eruditi  pectoris 
sacio  4lentTo     '  f^^^f ccnprehendantur 
n«  'r""  Generosus  hie  vir  maxim 

pa  t  m  pno^um  Germanic  lustravit  in  qua  famigerabilium 

alKjnofc  academiarum  pnta  Lip.sieu  Geneu  Gissen  non 
<k-euerem  incolani  din  egic  magnis  literarum  nomin^bus 

nobihtatein  decentibns  studi.s  quadrien  Leidaj  combussit 
.    .  tandeui 

Tolttn         P'^'J?"'7'f       '^«"di>H-  seaquiannum  phtbisi 
i    J?  ?^  '"J"^  "^'-'''.^^"a  obstinatione 

annos  29  lebus  bumnnis  valere  suis  vero  plangere  dixerit 
anuna  sua  Creatori  sue  unde  tam  nobile  depositum 
acceperat  magna  in  Christum  fide  redonata 
^  '""""centum  bocce  agnati  qnibus  acerbum 
sui  desider.ura  rehquit  pio  ducte  atfectu  erigi  curarunt 
Lectori 

quisquis  adhuc  vitam  vivis  sic  vi 
vifco  vitam  Linqaere  earn  quovis 
tempore  rite 
queas. 


•  Cootiniied  from  p.  280, 


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aroh^^nhof r^''"^?'^  ^^'i?  P''"^'-«  of  tlie  Coriutliian  order  supporting  an 

0  ^  •  ^'^'"-^  ^^'''"''^^  ^'■i/'^'^^  .s«*7feZ  bndlfd  nules  ; 

^  ff/J^/  3  :  .  .  .  .  ff         quarterly,  pierced  ....  ^  > 

-.n.-^il^^^'"",'^  '^"'"'''^  ■'^^'''"^  ■''^'Idled  and  bridled  r/uks,  in  front  of  a 

connthian  column  or,  sur  mounted  by  a  panache  of  peacock's  feathers  proper.  ^ 

St.  Olave,  Hart  Street,  Burial  Register. 
1628    Dec.  30    Ludolf  Lander  Werder  from  Tower  Hill. 

P,i''n''^^w^'  ^  '^^^^^"^       the  Universities  of  Leipsic,  Jeua, 

Giessen  aud  Leyden,  died  of  phthisis  iu  London,  aged  29  years. 

{To  he  continued.)  ■  ■ 

^i^nUon  ?3ctitgri;£S  mxn  €mt%  arms 

FROM  ADD.  MS.  5533  AND  HARL.  MS.  1096. 
Continued  from  p.  274. 

[Harl.  MS.  1096,  fo.  141^] 

yY^^s.— Azure,  on  a  cross  argent  a  human  heart  yules.  Ceest.-J?2  arm 
couped  and  erect  in  armour  ppr.  holding  in  the  gauntlet  a  cross  calvaru  qulrs 

A  pattent  of  these  armes  and  Crest  to  \U  . .  .  .  Bonsuy  of         bv  Edw  Bvsshe 
Garter,  1657.    Harl.  MS.  1441,  fo.  91  (pencil  fo.  151).]*      '  "  '  ' 

John  Audley  of  Sutton  in  KentyMandlyn  da.  of  John  Hare  of  London  P^sq. 

Bonfof  l^l-^'V;''.  '4'^  ^"S^^  ^""'"'^^'y  «f      Inner  Temple  London 

Bonfo)  of  ,  eldest  ux.Jen-  ux.  Esq.  ob.  15  Xovemb.  1C62  S.P.  bur  in 

bt.  An-     _  ;  da.  ings  of  Rob.  Lmer  Temple  Church. 

h'^r.-M  \""''  '^'''^y  ^vra,.-Or,  a  f'ss  cotissed  befu-een  three 

rn  Vlu  f^^^'"-  Cvfst.-A  bird  (.^  dove)  or, 

^^'^^  •  don.  bealrcd  and  winged  sable. 


Samuel  Boufoy  of  Hese  in  com.=j=Audrey  da.  of  John  Wilford  of  ye  lie  of  Wight. 


aiaior  Iho.  Bontoy  of  Nicliolas  Bon-^Mary  only  da.  of  Nicholas  Samuel^ 
Mary  da   of       Tho.      Esq.  1603.        Midd.  by  Annd.of  \Vm.  Mil-      2  son 


let  of  Hai-row-ou-the-Hill. 


Hugh  son  &  h.  jGt.  11,  1663  Samuel  Bonfoy. 

(7'«  be  coiUinved.) 

*  In  Burke's  Arm&ry  these  arms. are  given  as  of  Bonsoy  of  Hease,  Middlesex. 


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318  MISCELLANEA  GENEAL-OGICA   ET  HERALDICA. 

3  ^^^^^S'""s^e,.e^s!^,.n"'^;rf^^'^7'  ^^^^^^  ^^-^^ 

^^^''^J^£:t:^^i^^^^^'  r.of  Ta,„aica,wido..  Wm  dated 
and  recorded  in  .TV«    ^  ^  ^  ^  ^he  said  town.    Proved  17-'2 


Eno-.  in  trust  ■to  se    to  my  deh^'Jft'      ^-%',''^^f  ^^''''"d  of  Jamaica  or 

£50.  To  Miss  S;  1  C  a/k  his  da"  i  fo"'^^^  I"  Tho.  Clark  of  the  Close,  joiner, 
from  J'ca,  his  freedoni  and  ii9  t  p  ^'  f  "^.^  ^'^^^''^  Barber,  a  negro  I  brou-ht 
my  son  KicharfB  Xdm'on  u  ^^l^'fl/i^'^fi  ^t''-  '^''^-^'^ 
renouncing.    [216,  Glazi;"/" Copy tS^ln  J^a."  '^^'^ 

WilfS  ftS:1^^  ''^rj'liri^^;?:;  of  Goudhurst,  CO.  Kent,  gent, 
and  Maryhis  wife^'  IoOOat  il  To  Til  Hodgsk.n  dau.  of  John  H.  of  G. 
Esq,  and  Jolm  Has^e  1  of  tl  e  mrii       ?'  ""^J^"'  P^^"'^'^  Lamberhurst, 

Great  ffinchcox  and  my  m  .suaH  I  fttll  muT  '  i^'*^"'  '''^  ''^''''^  '"^^^^^^^e  of 
my  manor  of  Pullens^  Td   he  land  1      ^  ''V^  '"^^'^suage  called  Blewcoates. 

which  were  conveyed 'to te  bVn^y^M^^^  B  'f""  1      '""^  '''' 

iDgton  in  trust  for  the  u^e  of  im  ll-nt\l  p  ,  ?"n  ''V,'  ""''^  "'^  P^ock- 
tail.    Whereas  bv  an  a^ct  dWd    0  IFnv  l'  'Z'?  .^"^  his  sons,  heirs  in 

my  attorney  there,  there Ts  due  to  me  f!n^         T  '^^  ^^^^  '^"^n,  g*, 

there  will  "also  be  du  this  Feb  LI  TuT'''\  Pf^'^^°"'  ^^^^^'^^^  currency/and 
sums  and  my  other  estate  the.^    n  /^"'^P^  '^^e  in  J.  £479  st.,  the  said 

remiUedtoMrw4  md1rer  .h  ufth%  n^^^  i"  by  my  Ex'or  iP  Tho.  Bond  and 
to  be  sold.    All  residue^o  mv  S  K];m^g^^-^^«!»  to  be  free.  My  slaves 

for  his  life,  then  to  hi   hei.^nale     T  o  p        r  P>7''^^"t<^'■^^t     ^'^e  s^  K'i  B. 

Bathurst  to  be  E.'or  fo  T;.  Bond  Ex'or  for  J'ca,  and  Bond  and 
reserved  to  W.  B.  Ld  iC.  1  g  Le^Trd.]    "         ''''      ^"^^  P^^^^" 

Jamaica  Records. 

Geo^fand^Sof  i^g'-^'^^    ^^^^"^  -  -  St.  Andrew,  GOO  a.  in  Sc. 

An^ony'SlJ^^fl^.tn'^cflat""'  '  ''''  ^'^^ 

D'JohnP,lairofthe  sam"e  parisi;  E^'^"  J^'^'^'  -^dow  of 

*  Communicated  by  Vere  L.  Oliver,  E.n 

Pedigrees,  15.)  ^  ^^J^'"^*"^'  -E^^q-,  who  died  1707.    (Livingston's  Sketch 

§  Testat.,  .ho  had  been  a  planter,  o^er^^of  Oran.e  River  Estate,  left  his  aifairs  in  tot.l 


MISCELLANEA  (3ENJ5ALOGICA   ET  HEKALBICA.  319 

Ed^,.ri  Batluust  in  1751  w„s  Registrar  i„  01m„c.ry  Imd  Clcrl;  of  the  Patenls 
A,e/?i!Sir^^::,^SSS^;?'^;  i^Jj^-^""-  »"«  ^^'W  Mr. 

of  ht.  Carhe,„,es,  J'ca,  1755,  and  died  at  i-Iavannai,  in  11^.    '  '  '"'^  '  '^"^ 


©Intuaio. 

GEORGE  GRAZEBROOK,  F.S.A. 

beca,.^a  partner  in  1S55,  and  Vetirtd^fttn^i^i',^.  t  ^^^^tt^ 

tlrat  band  of  Researchers  into  the  pait  of  Family  H?tir"  ^'""^ 
3,4rieTy£'l1lA";rf'f/a\fSb'sS'vti:r'"#1ir^ 

in  book  form,  and  iu  I89i  V^/S/  7r    ;  r'^V"^       afterwards  reprinted 

Ssir^KS;  bi'S  s^i'^s^ttn;;!?  - 


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Communicated  by  Veee  L.  Olitee,  Esq. 
(See         p.  276,  No.  44.) 

-  /ot^  U^:r!SSt:Uu!Zf:^Z^^^^  "P  in  Florence 

Ottav.o  Capponi,"  which  picture  she  deSedS  I  °     ^""stTious  Senator  Messer 

I^e  same  manner  as  that  of  Ulei^•' iLt     onte  ^^'''''''i.^'  ^»  heir-loom,  in 

trans  ator  of  the  above  in  18-49  added    ''  Xo^ta  To  h S?;"  P'"^  ^^^PP^'^'-"  '-^'^^e 

wax  bearing  tlie  Oapponi's  arms  Tcut  of  ^.h  ^  f  t  hf  "f  a  seal  of  yellow 

on  the  parchment  hand:  CAPPoi  tu  STR  on  '"'"^ 

crowest  like  a  cock),  bein?  the  words  addretid  h   H   ""^^  ""-V^'^^  ^^^P^"  ^hon 

Xllch  to  Pietro  Capp.ni,  the  Env^  f  t%'bHc '''''  '^''''^^ 


'^S.;^.Sufx;:;^,p'-^^;:;rs^^^^^^^^^         ^rt^^  ^""'"^ 

^,  .  „    ,  -  (^'0"''on .  Ke-ari  Paul,  Trench  and  Co..  Ltd  ) 

^^^^^^^'^T^t^^ZJ^^^  Junn.  .an,,ea.  ,y  Colonel 

ongin  of  the  nan.e  :  the  ilaunseU  Ar.nVLul  P,-  /""..^"^  ""^'^  «^^^P^^^^  deal  with  the 
No. man  (  o„quest  until  the  reign  of  Hen  v  Tir  '   rfr  ^ein-  from  the 

Oloucestershire.  It  i...  hou-ever!  the  f^^ar  chw.r-  'T',^^-  ^1"^^^°^^^  to  the  ilaunselhs  of 
uZ^m'  'j'  ^'l^  the  moJiSerS;.^  ?t  biopphies  of  individual 

rh?Z  \     '  i^l'''"  •^'■''^'^■^-1;        Rhvs  Jfau'el    an/^^-  John  Maunsell.  Chancellor  to 

The  history  of  the  first  named  has  been  4ne  imn  1.  ^^d"?"^'!  .Sir  Robert  Mansel.  Ul'A-Um 
thirty  years  dunn-  that  lon^  and  iur LSlenf   .1°  ^^ry  exhaustively.    It  is  said  that  "  For  over 

»»ark.blethM  there  should  bjfo  doubt,  ?,nf™"''  °'  »°  record 

J^c^  ».».  chapter  deal,  .Ith  the  ud 

«oO,m  the  Appendix  are  ,„„e  fJS„A  „l  t°}f,ir^\«'^^ 

'"?h7i.'i5«^rhiVi™iSt\iT^^"^^        ™  "'-^ 

.a.„er.    ,t  „t  oal,  appeSf  tVSl'i  TtESi^'S^,  i^.t^SLolftt  M^.TetS-- 


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INDEX  OF  NAMES. 


ii-rees  are  printed  in  CAPiTALS  ;  Arms  in  itaJics 


Abbott.  Georo-e,  3!) 

Abdy.  Abicrail,  152;  Rachell,  152;  Sir  Tlios 

AhcU.Ul. 

AbelL  William,  127. 

Aborne,  Thomas.  310. 

Acamplant.  — .  170. 

Acland,  Eliz.,  155  :  Eichard,  155. 

a  Court,  Eustace.  8. 

"^"isT  ^'  1^3;  Rich.,  3;  Wm. 

Adams,  Alexander,  89  :  Mary.  SD  ;  Samuel  2S5 

2!5b  ;  Susanna,  2S5  ;  — ,  237 
Afrard,  Charles.  199  ;  John'  198 
Ag-gas,  Elir..  311  ;  John.  311  ;  fhos.,  300 
Ahem,  M.  D.,  233. 
Aikenhead,  — ,  250. 
Ainge,  Wm.,  78,  79.  ' 
Airey,  Eliz..  225  ;  Thos.,  225. 
Alchin,  Anthony.  7  ;  Juliana.  7. 
Alchorn.  Agnes,  138  ;  Eliz..  162  ;  James,  13S  • 

Mary,  138  :  Robert.  138  ;  Thos  .  138 
Aldrington  Eliz.,  183  :  Henry  de,  1S3  ;  John,  183. 
Aid  worth,  Henry.  133  ;  Mary  133 
Aldy,  Alexander,  134  :  Eliz.:  'l34    Johan  134  • 

Sir  John  134  ;  Margery,  134  ;  Nicholas,  134  '■ 

Ihos.,  134.  ' 

^9^87*^'  '■  ;  Roger,  205, 

Allan,  Agnes  Isabel.  24  ;  Ann.  24  rS)  •  Chris 
V\"-  ^t}  ^r^^-  ;  Douglas  Hood.  24  • 

John  24  ;  John  fioy,  24  ;  Malcolm  MoncriefF, 
24:  Maria  Isabella,  24:  Robt.,  24-  Robt 
Bruce,  24  ;  Wm.,  24  (2).  ' 

Allamon.  173. 

Allanson,  John,  173. 

Alldridge.  John,  309. 

Allen  (Allin.  Allyn,  Alyn).  Alexander,  177- 
;f  lice,  177  ;  Anne,  174  ;  Eliz..  313  ;  Joan  I77' 

lu  309,"  310: 

all,  313,  318  ;  Margery,  272  ;  Tho«  177  r9^  • 
Walter,  2G4 ;  Wm..  272  '  ' 

AUibond,  John,  29G. 

Allyngham.  Xicholas.  309. 

AMORY.  127. 

^S:.mr^i^7.^'^'" 

Amyes,  John,  310. 
Anderson.  Stephen.  47. 

Andrew  (Andrewe),  Giles,  315  ;  John,  315  •  Sir 

Wm..  126  ;  — ,  12(3. 
Andrews,  127. 

Andrews  (Androwes),  Elinor,  127  ;  Eliz.,  274  ; 
VOL.  11.,  SERIJ-^S  V. 


Henry,  274  ;  Margaret,  98  ;  Thos..  127  ;  Wm 

Anes,  William,  40. 
Angell,  Robert,  39,  40. 
ANION.  128. 

Anion.  Dorothy    128  ;  Henry.  128  (2);  Jane 

128  ;  Robt.,  128  {2)  ;   — .  128. 
Anstie.  4. 
ANTHONY,  128. 

Anthony,  Ann,  128  ;  Charles,  128:  Derick  l--'8 
Edward.  128  ;  Eliz.,  128  (2)  ;  Frances/  128 
Francis.  128  (2)  ;  John,  128  ;  Judith,  l^s 
Margai^t  128  (2)  ;  Mary.  128  (.3)  :  Paul,  lis 
Richard,  128  ;  Thos.,  128  ;  Wm  l-\v! 

Anyan,  Susan,  121 :  — .  121 

APSLEY,  106. 

Apsley,  107. 

Apsle>,  Ann,  106  (3)  :  Anthony.  IOC.  107  ■  Bea 
^iY'  ^^Vr    Christian,  106;   Dorothy,' IOC  ■ 
Edward,  106  ;  Grace.^106;  Henry.  106  ;  Jane 
■106  (2);   John,  luo  (3),  107;  Jone,  106 
Margaret.  100  (2)  ;  Mary,  106.  107  :  Richard 

i'.^^^P^'®'''  ^'^^  Thos.,  106;  Wm. 

106  (3).  ' 
Archev,  101. 

Archer.  Henry,  101.  102;  John,  101;  Richard, 

101  ;  ftimon,  101  ;  Wm..  101. 
Armiger,  Wm.,  114. 

Armstrong.  Alexander,    179;   France^  179- 

Sarah,  179.  >     ' t 

Armytage.  George,  240;  John.  240. 
Arnold  (ArnolJe),  Betrice,  313  •'  Eli?    •"'60  ■ 

Harry,  69;   John.  260  (2);   Julia„:'  312  ^ 

Margaret.  260  (3)  ;  Rafe,  312. 
Arundell  (Arrundell,  Arundelle).  Cicely  216  • 

Eliz.,  56  ;  Geo..  276  ;  Hen.,  216  :  Lord!  275  ; 
,  Iu°-'  ;  Tho.,  Lord,  68  (2),  216 

Ashbornham.  Jane.  106  ;  Wm  106 
Ashe.  Marcella.  181  ;  — ,  181.'' 
Asherinden,  Robt..  70  ;  Thos..  90. 
Ashfield.  Christopher, '  98,  203  ;  '  Dorothy  98 

20.3  ;  Sir  Edmund,  204,  241,  242  ;  Eliz.,'204| 

As"h\VeLL.  129. 
A.iJiweU,  129. 

l-^  '  ^"^e-  (2);  Dorothy. 
129:  Edward.  129  (2);  Eliz,,  129  (2): 
Ferdinand,  129  ;  Francis,  129  (2)  ;  Geo  1-^9  • 
^^^""'^-^(^'O-^^ir  John.  129;  Ma;garet: 

Asser,  Hyacinth  F.  M.  T..  34  ;  Vernev  34 
Astell,  Anne  Emilia.  50  ;  John  Hurvev.  50 
a  Stone,  Agnes,  310  ;  Allice,  309  (2),  3'lO  ;  Eliz,, 
C  C 


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MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA 


311;  Joan,  ;  Dychard,        :  Wm., 

30!1 ;  ,c,v'  ,ii.fo  Scone. 
Astry,  Era..  114  (i)  .-  Susanna.  11-1 
Atslowe.  Edward.  12.-,  ;  Eleanor  1''-, 

"^^o  '^Af'-'^li'"'-'^'-''  '-^''^  (^hry..tyne.(;7';  Eleanor, 
9.  b!)  :  Kamon,  CT,  Ejn  :  Henrv.  9  ;  Kath  .  9 
<>'.':  Marg-aret.  IMf!  ;  Maro-ery.'c!) ;  Eobt  9  • 
Ihos.,  0(.  18t;  :  Vincent.  <;?.       •  \Vm 

AttTTOod,  T.      C.  1.  81. 

Ac  \Vood  (At  Wodde.  At  W'ode).  Ac^nes,  31.5  • 
Chriitopher.  SI:,;  Edmund.  GO;  Joan,  66' 

f'-  '^'-^  •  -^r^^aret.  66  :  Rich., 
6b  31o  :  Eobt.,  315  :  Thos.,  8  ;  66. 

Aucher,  Harry.  69  (2)  :  James,  64.  69  (--^^  • 
Joane,  .69:  John,  69:  John  Harry  69- 
Robt.,  69  ;  Wru..  69.  ' 

Aiidlei/,  317. 

Audley  (Awdeley).  Alice.  317;  Edmund,  1^5  • 
Hugh.  ::.17;  John.  317;  Mary,  l^.-,  317! 
Maudlyn.  317  ;  Sara,  317  '  ' 

Auste.  Thos..  230. 

Austen.  Diana.  109  :  Frances,  109  ;  Julian.  221. 
AA  E^O^  .1(3. 
Ave)ion,  173. 

Avenon.  Agnes,  173;  Alexander.  174  C)  •  Sir 
Alexander.  173  ;  Alice.  173.  174  :  Anne  174  • 
Anthony,  174  ;  Clenkin.  174  :  Eliz  173'  174  ■' 
Humfry,  174;  Jone,  1 74  ;  '  Maraery  '  174  • 
lUchard,  174  ;  Eobt..  173  ;  Thos.,  174  ;'  Wm.', 

AVERY.  174. 

Ayery,  Allen.  174;  Anne.  174  ;  Cath  174  r^V 
Christian.  174  ;  Dudley,  1 74  (2j  ;  John.  36  j 

mS5f'(;n^:^f4.'^"^^^' 

Aves.  William.  39. 

Aylett.  Martha.  .t7  ;  Thos.,  ,57. 

Aylmer.  Cath.,  31S:  Judith.  318  ;  Mary  318 

'^269'°°'''^'  2^^9;  Thomas, 


B 

BACKHOUSE,  175. 
Btickhonxe,  175. 

Backhouse,  Anne.  175  ;  Christian.  175  ;  Debora. 
1/0  :  Ehz..  1,5  (3)  ;  Ellen.  175  ;  John.  175  • 
hir  John.  1,5;  Margaret,  175  :  Jfary  175  ■ 
Miles,  17.3:  Xieholas.  175  (3);  Phebe",  175- 
Richard, J,  ;  Rowland,  175;  Samuel,  175 
Sara,  l.o;  Inos.,  175;  Wm..  175;  Sir  Wm., 

Bacon,  Alice.  57  (2)  ;  Ann,  109  ;  John.  57  (2) 
Badger.  Margaret.  311 
Ba(UaU,  4.  5. 
Bailey,  Ralphe.  40. 

Baillie.  Jean.  45  ;  John.  44  :  Thomas,  45 
Baker,  Cath   227  :  Christian,  1U6  ;  Clement.  92  ■ 
Edward.  214  26.;,  3-12  ;  Geo.,  144  ;  Sir  Henry 
126  ;  John.  1U6,  135  ;  Kath..  126  165  ■  Marv 
Sei^SE'^-Nv*^ -'o?  '  ^""""el,  165  ;  Susan,  214; 

Baker  ^z/w.;  liarbor.  Agnes.  6G  :  Thomas,  66 
Bakewell.  Mrs..  279. 

Balderow.  Dorothy,  58  :  Henry.  5S  ;  3ia,y  55 
Baldock,  Sarah,  164:  Walter.  164    '  *  ^-  ; 

Bale,  Alice.  25S  ;  Robert.  •'S.'j'       '  i 

Ballard.  170.  '  l 

Ballard,  17u.  I 
Ballard,  Alice,  170;  Anne,  171  (.3);  Clement.  I 


l.U:  Daniell.  199  ;  Edward,  170;  Eliz  .  170 
I      1(1;  Ellinor,  170  :  Eulco.  170;  Geo  170- 
I      Gregory.  170;  Henry.  171;  John.  170  C^)  •' 
Jone.  170:  Martha,  1 70,  1 71  :  Mary  170  V A' 
I      171  (2);  Xicholas,  170:  Peter,  170;  Philhi 
j      I'O;  Richard.  170.    171    (3);    Rob*-.     170  - 
I      Roger,  170:  Stephen,  171;  Thos.,  170  r5V 
1-1  (3)  ;  Wm..  170,  171. 
Ballchilde  (Railchilde),  Allice,  309  ;  Phillis  313 
1  Bamlet,  Henry,  314  ;  Sara,  314.  '  '   '  ' 

\  Banning  (Bannynge,  B.ayninge),  Andrew  40 
'  2;i,  2(8;  Marie,  278  ;  Paul,  38,  39  277* 
I       278  (2)  ;  Robt..  278.  '  ' 

Barantyne,  Agnes.  131  ;  Drew.  131.  13'^  •  Joan 
!      131  (2),  132  ;  Kath.,  131  ;  Margaret.  131 
Barber,  Francis.  318  ;  Joseph  Hutchinson.  146 
Barbor  ali.i.-,  Baker.  Agnes,  66  ;  Thos  66 
Bardin.  Anne.  313.  '  ' 

Barham.  Dorothy,  162. 

Barker,  Eliz.,  121,  161  ;  John.  161  ;  Mary  317  • 
Rob.,  121  :  Sir  Tho..  317.     '  J''    ^'  . 

BARKSTEEi,  21S. 

Barksted,  Anne,  218  (2)  ;  Herman.  21.8  ;  Jane 
218:  John,  218;  Margt..  218:  Michael' 
218  (3)  ;  Rose,  218  (2)  :  Wm.;  218  ;      218  (  '^^ 

Barling  (Barlyng),  Alicia.  9;  Anne  9  (■•^'  ■ 
Eliz.,  9  ;  Henry.  9  (2)  ;  Richard,  9  ;  Robt.,  V  ' 

Barlowe,  Ellen.  312. 

Barnardiston.  Anne.  126;    Anna  Maria    SS  • 

Thos..  88;  Sir  Thos.,  126.  ' 
^'\™5^   (Barron).  Alice,   311  ;  Bartholomew 

1(0  ;  Ehz.,  175  ;  Robt.,  307. 
Barnett.  Eliz.,  109. 

Barrett  (Barratt),  Betterice,  264,  309  ;  Joan 
12,  26o,  313;  John,  263.  264  (:-{)  "65  "66' 
310;  ilai-garet,  263  ;  Stephen,  12. '      '  '  "  " 

Barron,  sec  Barnes. 

Barrow.  Agnes,  131  ;  Eliz.,  295;  Walter.  131  • 

— ,  295.  '  ' 

Barry,  Alice,  233  ;  Claire,  233  ;  Dani-l    "33  • 

David,  233  ;  3rary,  233  ;  Richard,  233^"  '  "  ' 
Barstowe.  Isabella,  6  :  John,  6  r2')  ■'  Wm'  6 
Bartlett,  Eliz.,  105  ;  -,  105.  ' 

150;  Mary,  238;  Susannah. 

301  ;  Ihos.,  150.  3ul. 
Bartylmew,  -Jeames.  313  ;  Jean,  313 
BA8F01;D  (BEKEsFORD),  219. 
Basford  (Beresford).  George,  219  f"V  Marv 

219  ;  Rowland.  219  ;  Ursula,  -'19  •  op, 
Ba.'i.se,2l9.  "  ' 

Basse,  Serjant  Major.  219  ;  — ,  219. 
Bassett.  Joan.  135  ;  Susanne,  197. 
Bastow,  Samuel.  21. 

^''^Itu  j^^'^'^r-J  '  2<'0  ;  Anthonie, 

l  ^^'-^  Dorothy.  199. 

200(3):  Edward.  198.  199;  Eliz..  41  l"i9  (•■) 
200;  Florence,  199;  Frances.  200 ':  Henry 

198  ;  James.  41,  200.  2.38  (2)  ;  Jane,  198.  2ui/ 
238  (2);  John.  199:  Kath..  198.  199.  2oo  •' 
Margaret.  198  :  Margery.  9,  198  •  Marv  -'oo' 
238  :  Matthew.  198.  199  :  Nathaniel.  19's7-'V 

199  200;  Phillipia,  200;  Prudence.  200  ;' 
Richard,  198  (2),  199  ;  Robt.,  198  (2)-  Sarah 
199;  Thos..  41,  198  (4).  199  (2).  20U  (")  -v^:" 
238.  23H4)  :  Wm..  E18  (2),  199.         ^  ^'  ' 

BATEMAX.  219. 

Bateman.  Anne,  Viscountess.  86  ;  Anne  Mari.a 
S6  ;  Anthony,  220  ;  Eliz.,  219,  220  (3)  ;  Joane" 
219:  Jlartha,  219;  Robert.  219  ""o  (•')• 
Susan.  219  ;  Thomas,  220  ;  Wm..  S6,  220  (2)  •' 
^\  m.,  Viscount,  86  ;  — ,  220.  '  ' 


323 


Bath,  Sir  Mvlcs.  \Si. 
BATFIURSt.  i^2o. 
Jiathnrsf,  22(3. 

Bachurst  (Batherst),  Alice,  22G  (2),  230  (2)  ; 
Allen,  B,iroii.  10t>:  Andrew.  2:10;  Anna.  22t;! 
230  ;  Anne,  227,  22S,  318  ;  B..  220  :  Cath.. 
106,  227,  2.30:  Charles.  22S  "30  31S  ■ 
Doroth.v,  227.  22S  (2),  319;  Echvarj,  22';, 
■2-2i  (3).  228(3).  230  (.5),  31S.  319  ;  Elk..  22(5, 
22/  (7).  22S  (4).  230  (5),  318:  Frances.  228. 
-ol  ;  George.  227;  Grace.  227.  230;  Henry, 
2.51;  Jane.  227.  230;  John.  Ml,  227  (2) 
22S  (2),  230  (G),  318,  319:  Joseph.  319  ; 
Judith.  228,  320,  318;  Julian,  230:  Lance- 
lot, 228  :  Laurence,  207,  226  (3)  ;  Mara\aret. 

226,  230  (2);  Martha.  227.  230  (2):  SLu'v 
227  (2).  228  (2),  230  (4).'  318 ;  Na^^areth,' 
227  (2).  228  (2)  :  P.atience,  227  (2),  230  (2) 
Paul,  227.  23T) ;  Richjird.  226.  227  (3')  2-'8('-'-) 
230  (2),  318  (4),  319  (3):  Kobt.,  226:  2271 
230  (.o)  :  Samuel,  230  ;  Sana.  230  :  Stephen, 

227,  230  ;  Susanna,  207,  227.  230 ;  Suzan,' 
141  ;  Thos.,  226,  227  (2),  228  (2),  230  (8)  : 
Tjmothy.  230  (3)  ;  Wm.,  227  (2),  228  230  ■ 
—  226  (2). 

Battel.  Laurence.  Lord  Abhat  of,  ■•'70 
Batten  (P-attayll).  Allice,  213,  211:  iLir-aret 

260  (2);  Olyver,  310:   Richard,  214,^308 

Rose.  213  ;  Thos.,  213,  214,  260. 
Battersby,  Frances.  62  ;  Martha,  62. 
Basfoulde.  Anne.  261  :  .Joan,  261  ;  John,  261  • 

Kath.,  313  :  Robt.,  313. 
Baxter,  Anne.  162;    Dorothy.  59;  Eliz,,  220; 

Georpe,  162  ;  Stephen,  59  ;  Thos..  220. 
Bayly,  George.  104  ;  Mary.  104. 
Beach.  Sir  Michael,  249. 
Eeadnell.  Margaret,  14  ;  Robt.,  14 
Beale.  — .  56. 

Beales.  Eliz..  ISO  :  Wm..  ISO. 
Beaumont,  Mary.  279. 
Beavington.  Benj.,  239  ;  Sarah,  239. 
Becher.  Catherine,  86 :  Frances,  86  ;  Henry,  86  • 

John,  86, 
Beckett.  Richard.  109. 
BEECHER.  220.  ' 

Beecher.  Alice.  220  ;  Bartholomew.  220  ;  Gary 
220  ;  Edward.  220  (3)  ;  Eliz..  220';  Fraunces. 
220 ;   Frauncis.  220 :  George.  22o  ;  Henry 
220  (3)  :  Judith,  220  ;  Mabell.  220  :  Maraaretl  I 
220  ;  Mary,  220  ;  Vane  (Fane),  220  (2)  :  Wm  '  : 
220  (4)  :  — .  220  C2).  | 

Beek  (Beeke).  Agnes,  1S3  ;  Eliz..  96  :  Joane,  i 
96;  John,  96.  183;  Margaret.  i85;  Marma  ' 
duke.  185  ;  Sibell,  96. 

Beer,  James.  155  ;  Joan.  155. 

Beke,  Sarah.  206. 

Belke,  Agnes.  12  ;  John.  12. 

Jidhiap,  102.  ' 

T.elknap.  Alice.  103  ;  Sir  Henry.  103. 

Bell.  Cdth..  59;  Godsblessing,  141  ;  Mary,  141  •  ' 
Richard.  59.  ' 

Bellairs.  Abel  Walford,  225  ;  Dorothea  Parker.  ' 
225  ;  Henry.  225  ;  Susanna.  225.  '  j 

Belldam  (Beldam),  Agnes,  262,   314;  Allice 
312;    Anne,  214.  266.  313:  Edward.   262'  i 
Ehz..  308  :  Jean.  266  :  John.  312  ;  Robert,  ' 
214  ;  1  homas,  266,  267  (2),  314.  [ 

Bellen.  Randell.  39. 

Bellers,  Anne,  249  ;  Eliz.,  249  ;  Fettiplace,  249  •  ' 
Frances.  249  (2)  :  Francis.  249  ;  John,  249  •'  ! 
Mary,  249  ;  Theophila,  249.' 


I  Bcliewes,  G.  O.,  206. 
Bellingham.  Cccill,  3  ;  Edward.  3  ;  Sir  Edward 
^  3  :  Richard.  3. 

Belson.  Augustine,  104  :  Mary,  104. 
j  Benbow,  Capt..  251  :  Mabel.  251. 
i  Bendy,  Mary,  259  ;  Wm..  259. 

Bening.  Francis,  273  ;  Margaret,  273  ;'  .Mary, 
I      273  :  Tho.,  273.  4=       .        >  J-- 

\  Bennett  (Benytt).  Bcoky.  199;  Eliz.,  108  (2)  ■ 
i      Geo.,  108.  109  ;  — .  199. 
!  Benuison,  Jane,  78  ;  Mr.,  78. 
1  Benouard  (Benouad),  Benj.,  197  :  Eliz.    196  ■ 
I      Etionne.  196.  '         '  ' 

I  Benson,  Thomasine,  233, 
'  Benyon,  Richard,  235. 
Piergrove,  Richardyne,  272  ;  Roger,  272, 
Berkeley,  Anne.  194;  Charles. "lii  :  Christian 
Lady,  194;   J^hu,    l!i[;    Lord  John,  191: 
■  3Iorris,  194  :  Wm.,  194. 
Berry,  Robt.,  1 40. 

Berymon.  Margaret.  311  :  Xycholas.  311. 
Resells,  Alice,  186  (2)  ;  Eliz.,  186  ;  Wm.,  186. 
Brntni-y,  236. 

Bestney.  Benjamin,  236,  237 :  Bridget.  236  ; 
Eleanor,  236  ;  Jane,  237  :  Katherine,  236  ; 
Nicholas,  236,  237  ;  Robert,  236  ;  Sybvll  '''36- 
Ursula,  236.  j  j   ^  > 

Betnam.  Alyce,  10  ;  Nicholas,  10  ;  Thomas  10 
Bettenlmm.  Agnes.  270  :  Thomas.  270. 
Bevan.  David  Barclay,  49  ;  Racliel  0  Brien,  49 
Binrlfij,  115. 

Bewley  (Beawlewe),  3Iary,  114,  115:  Thomas, 

40,  114  (2),  115  (2). 
BEYSTON,  273. 

Beyston,  Adam,  273  ;  Alice.  273  :  Cuthbert.273  ■ 
Joane.  273.  ' 
Bicknokl     (Bicknall.     Bicknolde,  Bicknoll) 
Agnes,  213,  214.  260.  261.  263:  Anne.  -761 

264,  268,  309  ;  Anthony.  213.  214  (3).  ■''61 ' 
262,  263  (2),  264,  308,  309  (2);  Christian,' 

i      213,  214  (3),   261  :   Eliz..  212.   214.  313 
j      George,  212,  263,  364  (2),  266.  267,  308,  313  ; 
I      Hugh,  265  ;  Jeames,  267;  .Jean,  214  :  Joan! 

214,  308  ;  John.  212.  262.  263  (2).  266,  307 
,      3ii9  ;  Katharine.  214  :  Laurence.  268  ;  Lettice' 
I      267,  268.  314  ;  Margaret.  267  ;  Patvence,  260  ;' 
I      Richard,  267.  268.   314  :   Roger,"  213.  -^Lt 
260  (2).  261,  263  (2),  309  ;  Thomas.  213,  261' 

265.  308.  ■      " ' 
Biddulph,  Eliz.,  243  :  Richard.  243. 
Bide,  Alderman,  274  ;  — .  274. 
Bigg,  Harry,  64';  Lovelace,  286;  Rachael.  285 

286. 

Biglaud.  Ralph.  294. 
Billingshurst.  3Iawde.  139  ;  Robt.,  139. 
Billingsley,  Wm.,  40. 
Billingworth,  Henry,  314  :  .Tean.  314. 
Bincks.  Eleanor.  Ill  ;  James,  111. 
Binde,  Henry,  153. 
Bingley.  Margaret,  234. 
Bird.  Margaret.  128  :  —  128. 
Birdwood,   Christopher.'  197   (2)  :    Sir  Geo. 
Christopher  Molesworth,  197  ;  Herbert  .^lills," 
197;  Lady,  197;  Lydia.  197;  .Marie,  197; 
Mary,  197  :  Mary  Brodrick.  197  :  Peter.  197  ■ 
Richard,  197  ;  Sophia,  197  ;  Sir  Wm.  RiddelL 
197. 

Birrell,  Agnes,  24  :  "Win.,  24. 
Biscop,  Johanna.  286  :  Samuel.  2S6. 
Bishop  (Busshop),  Jane.  242  ;    Richard,  94  ; 
Thos.,  230  ;  Wm.,  242. 


32i 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA 


ET  HERALDICA. 


Bishopstoue.  A-nes.  IS3  ;  \Vm..  \S3. 
Ulacbpiden.  James  315 

^^S""n',  t^^^^^'"^^")-'  ^-^^^nt\v.  -J^i  :  Ellin 
2W,  oO'J;  Georfre.  2h2  ;  Joan.  2G3  310  ol'S 
John.  213.  2t:.-,  ;  .Matthe^v.  I'Gi'  (31  -'63  -'lU  r-n 
2G5,2.w.  310,313;  Itichard,  i^VTSa^Coy 

Blacknnll,  Eliz..  133  ;  John  133 
BLACKWELL.  273. 

BlackwelL  Anne.  273  :  Edward,  273  :  Geo  '^73  ■ 
Margaret   273;  3Iary,   273:  Richard.'"i73 
Senee,  2/3  :  Thomas,  273  ;  Wm..  273  (K  ' 

Bladwm.  Alice,  226  •         -^-^o  ' 

John,  31 S  :  Robert.  4,5  (2) 
Blake,  A?nes  311  ;  Sir  Henry,  35  ;  Lady  Jane, 

00  ;  John.  39. 
Blakeboye.  Thomas.  G9 
Blakeney  Caroline  B.,  35  ;  EJ^vard.  35 
Blamn-e,  John,  78. 
Eland.  Greftory,  40 

""'"^^Sh^lsy''  ^«"^P'-,191; 

Bledworth,  Eliz.,  220  ;  Geo.,  220 

Blennerhassett,  Adela  Mary,  233  ;  Alice,  -'33  • 
Edu-ard,  233;  Laura.  233;  3Iartha,  231  ,• 
Mehan,  231  ;  Robt.,  233  :  Thos,.  231  ;  Wm,, 

Blomfield,  Sir  Arthur.  7-i 

Blount,  Edward.  109  ;  Eliz..  184  •  Richard  H4 
B  uck.  Anne,  100;  Matthew.  lOo', 
Blundell,  Alice,  173  ;  Jo„  173  ;  Wm.,  40. 
Boade,  Anne.  170  ;_  170 

Bocart  (Boccard)  Andrew,  152-154  ;  Augustine, 
Jo.,  lo4  ;  Jacobina.  1,52,  154;  Jacomi.ie,  154 
fe'T^I   '  i52,i:ii;  AValter; 

°,°'°/'?7'      C-)  '  Edmund.  59  (2)  ;  Wm 

de,  Larl  of  Northampton.  95. 
Bo  dock,  Clifford.  151  ;  Frances.  151 
Bole^-n,  Alice,  202  ;  Anne.  202  ;  Lady  Anne.  2u2  ; 

Eliz    Countess  01  Wiltshire.  202  ;  GeofFrev 

202  ,  Margaret.  2o2  ;  Thomas.  Earl  of  Wilt 

Ebire.  202  ;  Sir  Wm  ,  202 
Bolt.  — ,  145. 
BOLTOX.  273,  274. 
Bulton,  273.  274 

Simon,  2/3;  Stephen,  274-  Suzan  "70' 
^  Thomas.  273.  274  ,  Wm  .  974  rg^  "'"^  ' 

BOMFORD.  61.  ••-'^^•j;- 

Bomford  Alicia  62  ;  Andrew,  61  ;  Ann,  61  (2), 
bi  ,  t.liz.,  61  (2)  ;  Ellenor,  61  (2)  ;  Emilia  61  • 
Frances.  61  ;  Frances  Amelia.  62 ;  Sena'  ' 
61  ;  Jane.  61  (2 J  ;  John,  61  ;  Lawrence,  61 
(3)  ;  Margaret,  61,  62  ;  Martha,  62  ;  Mary  61  ■ 
Robt.,^  62: 

hteijhen,  bl  ;  Susanna,  61  ■  Thos    K     I'W  I 

Bond,  Anno,  274  ;  Eliz..  274  ;  Sir  Geo    274  •  ■ 
Gore,  274  ;  Joan,  97;  John,  97;  Marga;et;  i 


274  (4), 


Hugh,  31 
Samuel.  ;j 


Nicholas, 


I      274  (2)  ;  Tlionias.  274,  318  •  ' 

318;  Sir  Wm..  274. 
I  BONSOY,  317.  ■ 
I  JBon.wy,  317. 

I  Bonsoy.  Alice.  317;  Audrey.  317 
:      Mary.  317  (2)  ;  Nicholas, '  31  7 
I      (3)  :  Sebastian.  317  ;  Tho„  317. 
|.  Bonwick.  Eleanor,  127  ;  Plenrv  l->7 
I  Boord,  Eliz.,  293;  Thos..  293.       "  ' 
!  Booth.  Eliz..  258  ;  — .  258. 
!  Boothby.  Brooke,  S3.' 
I  Borne.  Joane.  91  :  Richard.  91 
I  Boroughs     (Borough),      John.     173  •  Sir 
I      John,  2.  '  ^ 

I  Bostock,  Edith,  189  :  Wm,  189  ■  —  6 
I  Boswell,  Wm,.  114,  '        '     '  • 

^ThS'  So'^''"'"-  ^^'^^s"'  '-^7  :  ^^iaud,  132; 
-Botetourt,  275. 

liough ton  Edward,  64  ;  Nicholas,  64. 
Boulter,  Ehz„  228, 
Boulton,  Dorithie,  313. 
Bourbon.  Duke  of,  132, 
Bovill,  Mary,  li",  ;  ig, 
Bowater,  Mr.,  258.  ' 
Bovvden.  Eliz.,  155  ;  John,  155 
Bowen,  Frances,  151  ;  John  151 
Bowes,  John,  124  ;  Margaret  1-^4 
Bownde,  3Iarg-aret,  135^  Martin  I' 

135  ;  Richard,  135. 
BOWYER,  10.5: 

^"X"'         ^''-y  ^'-^^^^       ;  Jane.  105  (2)  ; 
I      John,    Ub;    Kath,,    105;    Margaret,  10,5  ^ 
Richard,  10,,;  Robt.,  105;  Thos,,  105  (2);' 

^°:Kia3fr"'         -'^°(2),312;  John,  214  (2), 
Bosfoulde,  Joan,  308. 
Boyce,  Sarah,  32. 

Boyer,  Helen  Maud,  251  :  Thos  '^51 
Boyland.  Thos.,  111.  '  ' 

Boys,  Agnes.  69  ;  Ann,  69,  215  :  Sir  Edw.,  215  ; 
James.  12  :  John,  69,  78,  79  •  Mar.r^rp;  to 
Mary  69  ;  Richard.  69,:  Robert,  69,  Thomasine; 

Boyworthe.  John.  39. 
Braborne,  Sir  Wm.,  315. 
Brackstou,  Wm.,  38. 
Bradshawe,  Allice,  311. 
Braith-waite,  John,  17  ;  Marv  17 
Braleye,  Rob,,  55  ;  Tomkyn,  55 
Brampton,  — .  129. 
Brande,  Alyce,  314  ;  John.  314. 
Bratill.  Joane,  230  ;  Margaret,  230 
Bray,  72.  o       ,  . 

^'.^y^^'^^^'Tl^<^je),^rine,  265,  309  ;  Anthony, 
P  I  '  248;  Edmund,  191,  208;  Sir 

Edward  167,  211  (2)  212,  30S.  310  ;  Eleanor, 
n  i  ^'  '  Frances.  191,  208,  212- 
Gastnll,  ,310  ;  John,  248  :  Sir  Jo.,  141  ;  .Joyce 
HI;  Ladie,  311;  Magdalene,  211  Lady 
Magdalene  307;  Mary.  211;  Lady  Marv, 
211  (2)  212;  Reynolde,  167.  263,  26,5"' 
Rychard,  141,  263  ;  Susannah,  247 

Braybrooke.  Margaret,  98  ;  Tho«  ,  98 

Brayricke.  Alice,  230 

^'2ioT-  Breericke),  Anne,  226, 

Bremeslcy.  —  129 


Index  op  names. 


325 


lircirtoK.  300. 

Brereton.  Andrew.  300  ;  Ann.  300  :  John,  300  : 

Shovell,  301  :  \Vm..  300,  301. 
Breton  (Bretoun").  Alysonn.  ^91  :  Wm..  291. 
Breit  (Brecte).  Sir  Robert.-  T.K :    .sar.a  ■'(;.)• 

Thomas,  205  (2),  313  ;  Wm.,  2o5  ;  Wiiiefride! 

Breiver,  5. 

Brewer.  Jane,  273  ;  Thomas.  273. 
Brewster,  Eliz..  37  ;  John,  37. 
Bridges,  Andrew,  1G2  :  Sir  Jo.,  .5-1  ;  Mabel,  1(;2  • 
Kichard.  133  :  Ursula.  54.  '  ' 

BnVfrs.  Auirustine.  301. 

Bright,  Eliz..  109  ;  Mabell.  109  ;  Jlargaret  '^tn- 
Thomas,  267.  o       ,  -  , 

Brittaiiie,  5. 

Brocas,  Eliz..  1-90  ;  John.  190. 

Brockwell.  Henry,  207,  314  :  John.  207  :  Rose, 

207,314. 
Broderick,  Francis,  286. 

Broderwick.  Francis,  189,  20S  (2)  ;  Jane.  189  : 

Sophia,  208  (2). 
Brodrick,  J.,  197  ;  Mary,  197. 
Broke,  Wm..  315. 

Brokeman  (Brokman).  Ag-nes.  134,  314  ;  Alice, 
134,  314;  Edborough,  134  ;  Elen,  134  :  Harrv^ 
134  (2),  314;  Henry,  314;  John,  314' • 
Seilester,  314  ;  Thomas,  134  (2)  ;  Thoma.syue. 
314  ;  Wm.,  134. 

Broker.  Alice,  271  ;  Dorothy,  271  ;  Henry,  271  ; 
John,  271  ;  Mawdlyn,  271. 

Bromley,  Eliz..  129:  Richard.  129. 

Brooke  (Brook),  Edward,  2S5  :  Henry,  285  ; 
Jane,  165,  285;  Thomas,  285;  Ursula  284* 
285.  '  ' 

Brooker,  Anthonie,  208.  311  ;  Joan.  213,  308, 
312;  John,  168.  207,  309  ;  Margaret,  211  20o' 
267,  268,  308,  314  ;  Mary.  108,  211.  21-^'  -ns' 
214,312;  Robert,  168,211.212  (2),  213  -Mt' 
266—268.  308  (2),  309,  314  ;  Susan,  266  • 
Wm.,  214.  308. 

Brookes,  Anne,  119  ;  Randall.  119. 

Broome,  Wm.,  304. 

Broomfeile,  Jean,  314. 

Brown  (Browne),  Anne.  68;  Cath.,  197: 
Cecilia.  22,  204;  Christabel  I.  St.  J..  182; 
Edward.  204  ;  Eleanor,  68  :  Frances.  86.  104  • 
George,  264;  Sir  Geo..  210;  Harriet.' 229  ; 
Heatherbell  J.  M.  S.,  34  :  John,  47,  73,  222  ■ 
John  Wm.,  197;  Mary,  210:  Nicholas,  Vis- 
count Kenmare,  SO  :  Robert.  OS  ;  Sam. 
Swinton.  34  :  Thos.,  73  ;  Wm.,  104.  197.  229  ; 
— ,  Viscount  Montafrue.  210  :  — .  204. 

Bruce,  Courtenay  Boyle,  50  ;  Louisa  ilargaret, 
50. 

Brudenell,  Edward,  150  ;  Eliz..  150.  ! 
Ilruis.  5.  ! 
Brumall.  Agnes.  212  (2)  ;  Anne,  312  ;  Eliz..  211  • 

Henry,  211  (2),  212,307;  Hugh.  3(J0  ;  John! 

211;Wm..  211. 
Brunskill,  Eliz..  10  :  Thos.,  16.  '■ 
Brunton,  Anne.  63  ;  Ellen,  63  :  Frances.  63  ; 

Francis,  63  :  Harriet.  03  ;  Wm.,  03.  '  : 

Bryan,  Joanna.  225  ;  John.  225. 
Buck.  Ann,  104  ;  Edmund.  liU  :  Robert,  39  (2) 
Buckhurst.  Jam,,  138  ;  Mary,  138. 
Buckingham,  George,    Earl   of.   298  ;  George 

Villiers.    Duke  of,    258  ;   Henrietta  Ann 

Barbara  Hobart.  dau.  of  Earl  of,  298. 
Buckland.  Agnes,  173  ;  Eliz.,  3  ;  Rich.,  173. 
Buckle,  149.  ( 


Buckle.  Wm.,  149. 

Buckley,  Agnes,  257  ;  — ,  257. 

nuchnall.  149. 

Bucknall,  Johanna,  286  ;  John  Leahead.  149 

Richard  Corfield,  149. 
Buckridge,  Anne,  190  (2);  Eliz,.  190:  John, 

190  (2)  ;  Margaret,  190  ;  Susan.  190. 
Budd,  .Auditor,  105  ;  Christian.  105. 
Bufford.  Eliz..  72  ;  Wm.,  72. 
Bufkin.  Hcu,.269  :  Kath.,  209. 
Buggs.  Sir  Anthony.  56  ;  Mary,  56. 
Bulkeley.  Amyce.  97  :  Rauf.  97 
Bull.  Sir  William,  222. 
Bulleyn.  — ,  124. 

Bullyng,  Barbara,  271  ;  Eliz..  271  ;  Joane,  271  ; 

John,  271. 
Bulman.  Jo.,  293  ;  Margaret.  106,  293. 
Bulteel.  -Mary,  27  ;  Samuel,  27. 
Bumstcd,  37. 

Bumsted,  Christopher.  30,  37  ;  Susanna  36  37 

Bundy,  Eliz.,  137  ;  Wm.,  137. 

Burdon,  Ann,  15  (2)  ;  Eliz.,  15  :  Wm.,  15  (3). 

Burgate,  Margaret,  163. 

Burgavenny,  Lady,  92  ;  Lord,  92. 

Bnr/jet.  88. 

Burgos.  Eliz,,  88  ;  John.  88. 

Burghley.  Wm.  Cecil,  Lord,  205. 

Burgoyn,  John.  123. 

Burke.  Eliz..  224, 

Burlacy.  Mary,  175. 

Burland,  John.  157  ;  Sarah.  157. 

Burn,  Walter  Ray.  114. 

Buvnel.  275. 

Burnell,  Thos.,  73. 

Burns,  Margaret,  40  ;  Eobt.,  46. 

Burre,  Walter,  109. 

Burrell,  Ann,  224  (2)  ;  George.  224. 

Burrows,  Mary,  103. 

Burst im-e,  4,  5. 

Burstowe.  Jean,  314  ;  Walter,  314. 
Burton.  274. 

Burton,  Anne.  207  ;  Mary,  274  ;  Stephen,  274- 

 ,  267.  f      '  , 

Burwashe,  Agnes,  91  (2)  ;  Alyse,  91  ;  Dionyse, 

91;  Edward.  65;  Eleanor.  65;  George,  91  ; 

Joane.  91  (3)  ;  John,  05,  91  (2)  ;  Juliane.  91  ; 

Lettice,  91;  Margery,  05  ;  Richard.  65,  91  ; 

Thomas,  91. 

Bushe,  Chas.  Edw.,  181  ;  Jenny  Beresford,  181  ; 

Letitia  Mary,  180  ;  Wm.,  180. 
Bushell,  Arabella,  192  ;  Chas..  191  ;  Diana.  191 

208:  Frances,  191.  192;  3Iary,  192;  Robt. 

198.  203  ;  Thos.,  191.  208. 
Bussy,  Ann,  171  :  Edm.,  171. 
Bustard.  Anthony.  185  ;  Mary.  185. 
Butler,  103. 

Butler.  Cath,,  1,50;  Edward,  313  ;  James,  85  ; 

John,  151:  Margaret.  151,  202;  Mary,  313  ; 

Susanna,  85  ;  Thos.,  Earl  of  Ormoud,  202. 
Butts,  Mary.  196  ;  Robert.  190. 
Bi/fcld,  T2. 

Bynde,  Eliz,,  135  ;  Harry,  135  ;  Thomas,  135  ; 

Wm.,  135. 
Bynder,  Eliz..  55  ;  Wm.,  55. 
BYXDLOS.  52. 
Byndlos,  52. 

Byndlos  (Bindlos),  Ann,  52;   Anthonie,  52; 

Arthur,  52  ;  Christian,  52  :  Francess,  52  ;  Geo., 

52  ;  Robt.,  52.  53  (2),  Wm.,  .52. 
Byiig.  Anne,  225  ;  Beatrice  Eva  Tytler,  252  ; 

Ethel  Frances,  252 ;  Frances,  305  ;  George, 


32G 


MISCELLANEA  GEXEALOGICA  ET  HEliALDtCA. 


22o  :  Grace,  SOi  ;  JoJin.  SU-t.  305  (■•2);  ,Johi! 

Ear   of  Sf.afford,  2l'5  ;  John  Clark;,  "^2 

— ,  \  iscouiu  TorriiifTton.  l'.V 
BYSSFIE.  (I. 
JBy^^she,  4  (S).  5. 

Bysshe,  Anna,  (!,  7  (3)  :  Cath..  7  ;  Chris-topher 
^  '  '       -  =  Edward.  7  :  Sir  Edward 

240  ;  Lhz..  0  :  Erasmus.  7  (2)  :  Isabella.  6  : 
Jane,  6.  7  (2):  Joanna,  6  (2).  7  :  John,  G  (S)! 
7  (.1)  ;  Juliana,  7  :  Mar-rarot,  7  (:>)  :  .Maria,  il, 
7  (2):  Martha,  7  :  Mercv.  C  (2)  7  (•')■' 
Michael,  G  :  Richard,  G,  7  :  Robt..  G.  7  ;  Ro-eV 

-  '.^.f'^'J  fr^  '■  f-'),  7  (,4)  ;  Ursula 

-  C-^)  ;  ^\  alter,  7  (2)  ;  Wm.,  6  (4).  7  (2)  ■ 


CADE,  2.-.7. 

Cade.  Agne;:.  2,57:  Alice,  2.>7  (2),  239.-.  .Anne 
(2)  ;  Anthony.  257  (2).  2,5y  (3)  ;  Cuthbert 
2o/  ;  Ehz.,  2,57  (4),  2.58  (2);  Grace.  2.5S ; 
Isabel,  2.57  ;  James,  257  (2)  :  Jane,'  257  : 
John,  257  (3),  258  (2)  ;  Kath..  257.  258  ■ 
Margaret.  257  :  Maria,  257  :  .^lary.  "57  -^58  ■ 
Ralph,  258;  Rich..  257:  Robt..' 257'  f3)  • 
Savngre,  257  :  Thos.,  257  (4),  258  C2)  :  ' 
257  (3),  258  (2^  :  Sir  Wm..  258  :  -,  258 

Cadiz.  Henry,  181  ;  Lavinia.  181 

Ca^e,  Mr.,  38. 

Cairns,  John.  250  :  — ,  250. 

Calcot.iJas..  105  ;  Kath..  105. 

Caldecott,  55. 

Caldecott,  Anne,  54  ;  Bennett.  54  :  Clement.  55  • 
•  Martha.  54  ;  Matthias,  54.  55  •  W'm  55 
Calvert,  Robt.  17  ;  Sarah,  17. 
Cambell,  James.  152  ;  Lady,  152  ;  Rachel  Maria 

l-i2  ;  I'ho..  152. 
Campbell.  Christina  M.C..  251  ;  James,  251. 
Campion.  Joshua,  16;  Margaret,  273';  Saintz 
2(3  :  Thos..  278.  ' 
Cantilcire.  5. 
Qiponi/,  276.  320. 

Capony  (Cappony).  Francesca  de  Benivieni 
320  :  Gino,  32U  ;  Messer  Ottavio.  320  •  Peter' 
276,  320.  '  ' 

Carew.  Eliz.,  150,  185  :  Sir  Nicholas,  185-  Sir 
Peter,  150  :  Sir  Richard.  185 

Carey,  Amabel  Trevella,  51:  .Anne.  125-  Sir 
John,  Lord  Hunsdon,  125  ;  Sir  Thos.  Godfrey, 

Carkeredge.  Gervas,  272. 
Carlox  {Carlosi-').  82. 

Carlos  (Carlose),  Dorothv,  83  :  Edward  83  160  • 
Eliz.,  160;  Elnor.  160:  Francis,  160:  John' 
81,  83  (2)  ;  Margret.  160  :  Rich.,  160  :  Thos  ' 
160  ;  Wm.,  81.  82,  83  (.3),  160  r2). 

Carmichael.  Daniel,  47  :  Frederick  G.,  225  • 
Grizell  or  Grace,  47  :  Sarah.  225. 

Carpenter.  Eliz.,  312  ;  John,  307  :  Milicent,  308 

Carr,  Margery.  174  :  — ,  174. 

Carre.  Eliz.,  312  ;  Milicent.  313. 

Carrell,  Eliz.,  .56  ;  Sir  .Jo..  56. 

Carrick,  Eliz..  17  ;  Geo..  17. 

Carrington,  Geo.,  225  ;  James.  225  ;  Jane.  2'^5 

Carrnthers.  Catherine.  196. 

Carter,  Sara,  139  ;  Thomas.  306  •   139 

Caryll.2\?,.  '  ' 

Caryll.  Mary,  243  ;  Philip.  243  :  Richard,  243. 

Cason.  Agnes,  70  :  Barbara,  108:  Honor.  109  • 
Isabell,  70  ;  John,  70,  108  (2),  109. 


Cassy,  Dorothy,  188.  244.  283  :  Henrv.  188.  -^44 
I      283  ;  Sir  John.  188  :  Robt..  188.    "  ' 
j  Castle,  -Margaret,  57  ;  Wm..  15. 
Caswall  (Carswell).  Ann.  77.  79,  SO  ;  Geo  79 
Cathcart,  Elinor,  Gl  ;  — ,  61 
Cattell.  Col..  181  :  Emily,  LSI. 
Cauvin.  Joseph,  47. 
Ca.ve.  Anne.  98  ;  Richard.  98. 
I  Cavendish,  Lady  Elizabeth.  124  ;   Sir  William. 

!  Cazalet,  Harriet.  63  :  — ,  63 
I  CecU.  77.  ■      •  ■ 

I  Chalcroft,  Alice.  70. 
Chaloner,  Thomas,  113. 
Chalycot.  Bridget,  98  ;  Waiter,  98. 
Chamberlayne    (Chamberlen.  Chamberleyn^ 
h^'^rJ^<.  :  John.  37:3.^ 

38  40  '  ""^  '■  =  ^^■a't<?r, 

j  Champion  (Champyon).  .John.  308  ;  Kath.  313- 
Tho.,  313.  '  ' 

!  Champneys.  Agnes,  124  :  Justinian,  124. 
I  Chaplain.  Marcella.  181. 
'  Chaplin,  Emily  Alice  .Maud.  31  ;  Frank  31 
Chapman,  Agnes.  312;   Dorothv,  312'-  Eliz 
Godlev-e.  226;  Joan.' 
Ibb,  312;  John.  166.  212  (2)    2!3  9li 
260,  307  (2).  312  ;  Kath.,  212,  213    2)  214 
2G0,  312;   Pleasaunce.  312;  Reynold'  ■''is' 
307;  Richard,  166;  Robt..  226  ;  Samuel  47' 
Thos..  166,  260  ;  Wm.,  306.  '  ' 

Charlton,  112. 

Charlton,  Anne.  113;  Eliz.,  113;  Emma,  112. 

!  oVo^''t^■'  l^-^'-    Kobt.,  112, 

113  (3);  Susan.  113:  Thos.,  113. 
Chase.  Eliz.  \nn,  89 :  Samuel.  89 

^^oc'^'^c-.nn'^'?-'^*' -''^  '  312;  James, 

2(,.o,  26/,  309  (2).  310  ;  .Jean.  266  (3)  ;  John 

265,  266  (2),  267,  309;  Lettis,  312;  Philip,' 

Chnxtillon,  5. 

Chaundler  (Chaunler),  Florence,  308  ;  Harry 
135  :  John,  135.  ^  ' 

Cheney.  Jane,  185  ;  John,  185. 

Chennell,  Agnes,  168  (2),  211.  261.  266  307 
312.313;  Allice,  211.  212  (2),  213  (2)  '3r'' 
Amye,  260.  261  :  Anne,  260  (2)    26l'  '^R^ 

266,  312  (2).  314  ;  Edward,  260.  261  26-'  ^67' 
309;  Eliz..  260,  266  (4),  267.  309  310 '3'l4  ■' 
George.  265  (2).  26G,  309  ;  Henry,  260  (2)' 

'  2^4-  312  ;  Jean.  260  (2),  314  ;  Joan! 
211,  266,  311;  John.  167.  168  (3),  211  (?,-\ 
212  (,3)  213  (2),  265  (2),  266  (4).  267,  268,' 

307  (.5),  310,  312,  313;  Kath..  266- 
Margaret,  167,  168.  213.  260.  261  ''GG  .307' 

308  (2).  310,  311.  314  (2)  :  Margery.  167  "^Go' 
261.  309.  313;  Mary.  212;  Richard.  3'l-7  • 
Robt..  213.  268.  308  ;  Thos.,  262  ;  Walter  ■''60' 
261,  266  (2).  312  ;  Wm..  261,  309. 

Cherry.  Eliz.  Mary.  31. 

Cherry-Garrard.  Apsley.  303  :  Ida  Evelyn.  303 
Oheseman   (Chisman).  Eliz.,  166;  John  166 

306  :  Richard,  166,  306. 
Chestlin,  Eliz.,  220  ;  Robt..  220. 
Chichester.  Lord,  Baron  of  Belfast,  269 
Chick.  Christ..  .55  :  Mary.  55. 
Child.  Jane.  164  ;  John,  164.  295. 
Chilton.  Geo.,  19  :  Mary.  19. 
Chittye.  Robert,  309. 
Christmas,  Frances,  274  ;  Wm.,  274. 


INDEX  OF  NA3fES. 


327 


Church,  Theophil.a,  24  S  (2)  :  Thos..  'MS  C^) 
Clagett,  Wm..  171.  ^" 
Chimpanl,  Robert.  2:;o. 
C/tirf,  4.  -,.  122. 

Chire    Gilbert  de.   Earl   of  Gloucester,    9i  ' 

Richard.  .S9  :  Wm.,  ]22. 
Charges.  Elinor.  ISO  :  Geor-re  ls;o 

{^.}^"'^-  CleVck.  Gierke),  As^nes, 

2..0;  Alhce,  6(1.  16S  (S).  8I.5  (O)  .  1^^..' 

1S5;  Cecilia.  91:  Christian.  2H ;  Denvs"3!5' 
El.z.  91,  120,  20.%  31.^  (2)  :  Joaiie.  6t;".  60.  9l'. 
9b:  John,  6.5,  69,  137,  311;  Sir  John.  126, 

9b.  2O0  ;  Clave,  3S.  39,  40  ;  Rich..  66  (2).  176  • 
■    Robt.,  Bl.i  (2)  ;  Roger.  7  ;  Sarah,  23S.  31S  '• 
Thos,^91,^68^(3),  260.  315  (2),  318  ;  Vvm.,  23,' 

Clarson,  Tim.^  200.' 
Clement,  Ann,  140  :  — ,  140. 
Clements,   Anne,    ISO;    Frances,    ISO;  Wm., 

Cliff.  EHz'..  .5.5  :  — ,  5.5. 

Clifton.  Anthonie.'  313;  .Joan.  313;  John.  Ill 
Clopton.  Anne,  126  (2)  :  AVm.,  126. 

Clutterbuck.  Wni..  296  (2)  :    ■''96" 

Cobbe.  Alexander,  177;  Joan.  3r4  ;'jlary.  311  ; 
xhos,,  314.  J .  1 

^''^n?^^;.,^^^"^  Frances.  302:  Ed<?ar  Sterlino-, 
302  ;  Khz.  Harriot.  301  :  Jane  Octavia,  302"- 
John  Chevallier,  302  ;  Robt.  Knipe,  301  (2)  • 
Rowland,  3o2.  ^  ' 

Cobb.i,  243. 

Cobbs,  Edward,  90  ;  George.  90  :  Gervase,  90. 

Cobham,  iraunces,  220  ;  Wm.,  Lord  -520 

Cock  (Cocke),  Jeremy.  304  ;  Joane,  304  ;  John. 
Ina'  304  :  Martha.  304  :  Nicholas; 

300;  Richard,  39;  Susan,  312;  Thos.,  304 
\vm.,  304.  ' 

Cockes,  see  Cox. 

Cockett,  Anne,  120:  Thos..  12G. 

Coddesden,  Agnes,  313  ;  John,  313. 

Cogniers,  Ann.  .56  ;  Jo..  Lord.  06. 

Cokayne  (Cockin).  Sir  Edward,  199 

Coke.  Henry,  73  ;  Thos.,  Earl  of  Leicester.  206 

Cokeram.  Agnes.  06  :  Iden,  66  ;  Margery.  66  • 
Robt.,  66  :  Thos..  66  ;  Wm.,  66 

Cokks,  set-  Cox. 

Coldrich.  243. 

Cole    Ann,  105:  Cath.,   21.5;   Rebecca.  279- 

Iho..  21.5  ;  — .  x05.  ■ 
Collet.  Jonathan,  146. 
COLLIXS.  138. 
Colli, IS,  138. 

Collins.  Alexander.  138  (2)  ;  Anna.  28  :  Anne 
'If-  ^  F^'  Changed,  139:  Charles: 
Too'  T    '  289  ;  Eliz...  139  ;  Frances.' 

139  ;  Increased.  138;  John,  138  (3).  ''87  -'88 
2S9  ;  Jonathan.  287  :  Julia,  138  :  .Marga'ret.' 
139  ;    Jlary.  13S.  139  (2);    Matthew.  139  • 

r?'"?"f;.V^^\,-^'^P^^°'  Thomas.  138  1 

(2;.  139  (2):    Wm..  13-!  (2).  I 

Collis.  Thos  ,  231  ;  Wm,,  231.  i 
Collyer,  Jane,  3. 
Colman,  Alice.  10  :  Wm.,  10. 
Colphin,  Eleanor.  10. 

Colscon,  Lady  Anne,  126  ;  Sir  Jospph  I'>i; 

S^p?;^r2il''^''^'^^--^'^^'°^-'"^^^- 

Compttm,  216. 

Compton.  Anne.  216  ;  Cicely.  216  ;  Lady  Cicely 
216;  Frances,  216;  Geo.,  216;  Henry,  216^^ 


Thos., 


Myni« 


Mary, 


Sir  Henry,  216  :  John,  216  ;  Jlargaret.  216 
.     Mary,  216;  L:idy  Mary,  216;   Peter,  210 

Richard.  216  ;  Wm..  216. 
-  Conden.  Eliz..  227  :  Will.,  227. 
Coney,  Bicknell.  116. 
Connor,  .Mary.  231  ;  Thos..  231. 
Connynsbye,  Barbara,  124;    Eliz  .  l-'4 

Baron.  124. 
Conolly.  Anne.  225  :  Wm.,  225. 
Consaunt,  Cecilie.  1  76  :  Thos.,  1  76 
Constable,  John,  21,  25  ;   Kath.,  281  ;  ,nym 

t  ranees,  21,  25  ;  Sir  Philip,  281  ;  Walter,  2i 
Ciinn-ij,  158. 

Conwy.  Cath.,  158  ;  Frederic,  1,58  ;    Sir  John, 

I08  ;  Mary.  158. 
Conyngton,  John.  271. 

Cooke  (Cook),  Allice.  267,  268  ;  Anne  "567  • 
Anthony,  318;  Charles,  301  (2);  Jeame-s! 
267;  Joan.  313;  John,  267,  208.  308; 
Lawrence,  305;  Margaret.  ''O?  305  310' 
314  ;  Phillis.  312;  R..  54;  Richard.'  .313; 
Kobt..  101;  Susanna,  207;  Thos.  -^07  267 
268.  310,  312;  — ,  3.  '  ' 

Cooles    Agnes,  313;   Eliz.,  213;   Julian,  213; 

Mathewe,  213. 
CuoU,  JLargaret,  314. 
Cooper,  Alice,  258  :  Eliz..  305  :  Rob  258 
I  Copeland,  Mr.,  279. 
i  Copeman.  Margaret,  78. 
i  Corcoran.  Bryan.  36  ;  Isabella  J..  36 
Corney,  Jane,  17  ;  Rachel,  17  ;  Wm  17 
Cornish.  James,  225  ;    .Margaret.  225  • 

225  ;  Philip,  225. 
Cornwallis,  Margaret,  58  ;  Richard  .58 
,  Corranee    Allen,  59;    Cath.,  59;'  John,  59; 
t      Lucy.  o9.  '  1  , 

!  Correll.  Agnes,  90  ;   Alice,  90  ;   Joane.  90  (2)  • 

!  c<Sl^iSik^S-^^'^^-'^«(^)^^^'-'i: 

j  Corsellis  Eliz.  153,  154  ;  Hester.  154  :  Jacomine, 
I  loS  (2),  lo4  (2)  ;  Jeane.  152,  153  :  Jocosa.  153  • 
I  John,  152,154;  Lucas.  152  (2)  153  (■>)  154 
'  \  ^\'^\y-}'''^-  I'^i  ;   Mechelyna.  1.52.  153  : 

Michael,  lo2.  153  (2);   Rachell,  152  (2)  154 
(2)  ;  Susan,  153  ;  Zeger,  152.  153  (•') 
Cossen  (Cosin),  Frances.  230  ;  — ,  230 
Coxyn,  256. 
Cosyn,  John,  256. 

Cotesworth,  Lucy  Matilda,  165  •  —  ]65 
"^"•^O^J'o)^'''"  '  ^"^"^y''!'''  ;  Job",  Id', 

Cottenham,  Earl  of.  74. 

Cotterell,  Anne,  201;' Sir  Chas.,  201;  Mary, 

Cottismolde,  Allice.  306. 
Cotton,  302. 

Cotton.  Bridget,  125;  Constance  M  A  30'^  • 
Henry  Janies.  302  ;  John,  125;  Jonei  124  ;' 
Roland.  198  ;  Thos..  124. 

Courthope  (Courtetopp,  Courthop),  Alexander. 
.^i;,^"p'-'^',9^*^V-^-;  Eleanor,  272;  Eliz., 
2/2;  Ceo  2jb;  John,  135,  272  ;   Kath.,  272 
Mary,  21(, ;   Pet3r,  272  ;   Richard,  1 35,  272 
U  m.,  2i  2.  '      '  > 

Courtis.  Joan.  267  :  Mary,  267  ;  William.  267 

Courtney.  Sir  Wm..  2S6. 

Coverdale.  Anne.  14  ;   ,  14. 

Covert,  Cecilia,  189  ;'  El'eanor,  189  ;  Jane.  106 
I8,b  245,  282,  290;  John.  188,  245,  '282; 
Richard,  106,  189  (2). 

Cowper,  Peter,  238. 


328 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  nERALDICA. 


Cos  (Cockes,  Cokks,  Cose-).  Asjnes,  2(53  ;  Alice 
ITtJ:  Anne,  200:  EI:z.,  120:  Jeames,  2.U 
John,  2C5;   Julian.  :-il2 :    M.irv,  liy;  AliHi- 

119.  20(j,  2b2;    f^ara,  2G,=i :    Thos.,  2G3  :  — , 

Coyne.  James.  27  :  Mary.  27. 
Coytsmore.  John.       ;  Marg-aret  131 
CRA  DOCK,  140.  '  ' 

Cradock,  Ann,  HO  (2);  Cicely,  140;  Edith 
140;  Eli..,  140  ;  Hugh.  140  ;' Jane.  140  (")  ■ 
John.  140  (2)  :  Jone.  140  :  .Martrar..  140  •  Sir 
Matth.,  140;  Montioy,  140;  Nicholas,  140- 
Richard,  140;  Thos.,  140  (3). 
2.54,  256, 

Craij,',  Alg-ernon  Tudor,  57.  S4.-223,  240  ;  Anne 
254,  255  ;  James,  254,  255  :  tJir  James' Henry! 
254,  255. 

Craigie,  Geo.  Clerk,  254. 

Cranley,  Eliz..  ICS.  211  (2);   John,  IGS   -^H  • 

Margaret.  211  ;  Robt.  ItiS,  211  (2). 
Cranston,  Martha,  33. 
Crawford,  Capt..  78. 
Crawley.  James,  30  ;  Millicent,  30. 
Creed,  Nathaniel.  179  ;  Rebecca.  17.9. 
Creser,  Richard,  79. 

Creswell,  Ellyn.  260:   John.  303;   Mrs  308- 

Walter.  260  ;  \Vm..  260. 
CreyecQ2ur,  Sir  Hugh,  15S. 
Crockat,  .Airs..  7S. 

Crofter,  (Croftar).  Christian,  214.  2G0  "61  • 
Eliz.,  214  ;  Gregory,  263,  309  ;  Henry,  263  ■ 
Joan,  306,  307  ;  John.  260  ;  Margaret  •■>61  • 
Robt.,  262;    Symon.  214,  260,  261,  262,  263 

Crofton,  Eliz.,  ISO  (2)  ;  John,  180  :  Sir  Morgan, 

Croke  (Crooke),  Alexander.  206,  207  :  Anne 
207  (2);  Geo..  189  ;  John.' 189  ;  Richard  '>07  • 

Sarah.  206  ;  Susan,  206  ;  VVm.,  206. 
Croker,  Anne,  283  :  John.  283. 
Crompe,  David,  11  ;  Joane,  11. 
Crooke,  -^re  Croke. 
Croote.  Franc,  56  :  Mary.  56. 
Crosbie,  Bridget.  231  (2;  ;    Sir  Maurice  ''?,■'>  ■ 

Sir  Thos..  S?l.  •      -  - 

Crosby,  "William,  10. 
Croucher,  Bartholomew,  309. 
Crouchlond   (Crouchlan,    Crouchlone)  -Mice 

214,  261);    Magdalene.  214;    Richard.  214' 

260  ;  AVilliam.  260.  308. 
Crouden,  Rev.  Mr..  23. 

Crowther.  Alice.  53  ;   Bryan.  53,  54  :  Meredith 

Powell,  53.   54  ;    Richard,   53  :    Rose,  53  • 

Wm..  53.  54. 
Crump,  Eliz.  Jane.  31  ;  Joshua,  31. 
Crut€nden,  Anthony,  139  ;  Marv,  139. 
Cryor,  Margaret.  137  :  Tho.,  137". 
Crysp.  Agnes.  12;   Joane,  12;   John,  12  (2)  • 

Margaret.  12. 
Cudington.  Jo..  7  :   Ursula.  7. 
Culpepyr,    Edward.  9  ;     Eliz.,  9  ;     Kath..   9  • 

Margaret.  9  ;  Ursula.  9  ;  AVm..  9.  ' 
Cunningham.  — ,  32. 
Curraji,  Miss.  233. 

Curson  (Curzon),  Anne.  175  ;  Robt.,  123  ;  The, 

Curtis.  Anne.  50  ;  John  Adey,  50. 
Cuahman,  Mercy,  25  ;  — .  25. 
Cuthbert,  Alexander,  223  ;  Isobel.  223. 
Cutler,  Susanna,  207  ;  Sir  Thos.,  207. 


Dabridgecourt.  Sir  George,  220  :  Margaret  '^■"'0  ■ 
Thomas.  220  (3)  ;—,  220.  >—  > 

Dacre,  Deliverance.  209  ;  Lord.  176  ;  Meliora 
209.  ■  ' 

Dacres.  George,  276. 

Dalby,  Edward,  121  ;  Frances,  121. 

Dale,  Anne.  203  :  Wm..  203  ;  — ,  42 

Daleham.Maud,  73. 

Dampard.  John,  309. 

Dancastell  (Doncaster),  Anne.  241,  213  ;  John, 
Dandyson,  Richard,  73. 

Daniel  (Daniell,  Danyell).  Benj..  114  ;  Frances. 
125  ;  Jeffrey.  285  :  Joane.  136  (2)  ;  Mrs.,  7S  ■ 
Nicholas.  1 25  ;  Rachael.  285  :  Sarah  G  M  ' 
156;  Vincent,  136;  Wilfrid  Bishop,  156- 
Wm.,  285. 

Danvers,  Dorothy,  187  ;   Sir  John.  187  ;  Sir 

Samuel,  247. 
Darby,  Peter,  65. 

Darell,  Sir  Edward,  187,  18S  ;  Jane,  186—188  ; 

John,  186. 
Daunce,  Sir  John.  73. 
Davenport,  Mary,  124  ;  Thos.,  124. 
Davis,  294. 

Davis,  Frances.  294  (2)  ;   Mary.  294  ;  Robert 

310  ;  Wm.,  294  (3). 
Davison.  77. 

Davison,  Isaac,  79;  Jacob.  77  :  John.  78,  SO  • 
Margaret,  78;  Monkhouse,  77.78.114;  o'liver 
Cromwell.  79. 

Davy  (Davye),  Dorothy,  57  ;  Ellyn,  268  :  Jean 
267;  John,  267.  268  (2).  311;  Kath.,  57' 
Margaret.  308  ;  Richard,  309  ;  Rob..  57  (•>)  ' 

Dawdney.  Margaret,  ;!11  ;  Wm.,  311.  ' 

Dawse,  Widdow,  198. 

Dawson,  Cath.,  62  ;  Mary,  279  ;  Wm  6'^  ^^79 
280.  ,    -,  -  . 

Day  (Dale,  Daye),  Edward,  265.  266  (2).  267 
313  ;  Joan,  266,  267.  313  :  John  -^67  • 
Margaret,  265  ;  Thomas.  226,  230  •  Wm  ' 
189  (2)  :  — ,  230. 

Dayrell,  Alice.  121  ;  Walter,  121. 

Dcane,  36. 

Deane,  Alice.  38—40  ;  Dame  Eliz.,  36  (2).  38— 
40;  Henry.  40;  James.  38  (2),  40  •  Sir 
James,  36,  37,  195.  278  :  John,  38,  39.  4o'(3)  ■ 
Sir  John.  39;  Margaret,  3S,  39  :  Mar^-ery  38 
39  ;  Richard,  38  (3),  39  (2),  40  (2)  ;  SusaAna,' 
36  ;  Thos.,  38  ;  Wm.,  38  (3).  40. 

De  Ht'sco.  o. 

de  Boys,  Simon,  101  ;  see  also  Archer 
Debulr,  234. 

Debuke,  Eliz.,  234  :  Jane.  234,  235  ;  Jemima 

234  ;  Thomas,  234,  235  (2). 
de  Cameys.  John.  93  ;  Ralph,  93. 
de  Charney.  Mary.  94  ;  Robt..  94  95 
/Jtdcn,  4.  ■     '  ■ 

de  Hem,  Su.san,  153  ;  Tobias.  153. 
de  la  Combe,  Jeanne  Marie,  196. 
Delaford,  Eliz..  184. 

de  la  Freigne,  Cath.,  150;     Margaret  150- 

Robt.,  150. 
Delamere.  Alice,  97  ;  Barnard.  97. 
Delane.  Denis,  151  ;  Eliz.,  151 
Df  1,1  P!,)i<nr/,,]i)3. 
De  la  Ware,  Dorothy.  215  :  Thom..  215. 
Dela  Wyke,  Agnes,  93  ;   Henry.  93  ;  John  93  • 

Mary,  93. 


1 

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INDEX  or  NAMES, 


329 


De  Martht.  4,  .5. 

de^Iassals;  Charlotte  Louise,  210  ;  Jean  A.  X, 

Demoche.  Suzanne.  lOiJ 

i>endy,  Eliz.,  307  :  Robert.  30S 
Denford,  Jolm.  97  :  Maro-aret  07 
Dennis.  John.  27:  Rebecca,  '•'7  ' 
Denny,  Ann,  231  :  Sir  Barrr.  231 
Dent.  Lucr.  51  •  ' 

de  Pnll,  ^lary,  1.52,  151  ;  Peter,  152  1.54 
Derham,  Consuela,  L.  V.  31.  de  C,  252  :  Ian 
Arthur  Tytler.  252  ;  John  Adam  Tytler  -5^ 
Osmond  Chas.,  252  ;   Samuel,  252  ;  Walter; 

Derinff  (Deryug),  Cecilia,  8  ;  3Iar-ery,  S  :  Thos 

"  ;  i>  m.,  S.  > 
de  Ripariis.  Wm.,  93. 
J)e  St.  Amnnd,  5. 
de  Sancto  Amando.  Almerie  93 
Dethick  Gilbert,  130:  .Sir  Gilbert.  171  K'^ 
Devemsh,  I^Iary,  27  :  Tho<=   ■>7       '  ■ 
de^  Vere,  Joane,  1S4  ;  John,  Earl  of  Oxford. 

Dewar,  Mary,  4G  ;  Robt..  46 

de  Werdcr.  316. 

de  Werder,' Ludolph.  316. 

Dicker,  Nicholas.  132  ■    13-> 

^'■^i^^"'  ^^i^iT.  17  ;  ilary  Clementine,  251 

Richard.  47  ;  \\  m.  Gillespie,  251  •  _  I7 
Dickson,  Watson  i:  Co.,  15  -      .  • 

Digby.  —  170. 

^Tf  y'a^ff'^ii^-T'  Anne 
i""""^'' "1  '"  JO'^^^^e,  11  ;  John.  11,  12 
\\  m.  Brent,  11.  ,     ,  -l- 

Dike,  see  Dyke. 

Dillingham:  Johanna.  2S6  ;  Theophilus.  2SG 
Dingley,  John,  105  :  Margaret,  105 
Dinsley.  Joseph.  16. 
Divers,  .-inne,  163  ;  Thos..  163 
Dixon,  John,  15  ;  Wm.,  47. 
Dobson,  Thomas,  39 
Dodd(Dodde).Eloysshe  176 

176  ;  — .  128. 
Dodderidge,  Rev.  .S.  E..  I55 
Dodington,  Richard,  319 
Dodsw-orth,  Thos.,  16. 
Done.  Alice,  186  :  .John.  186 
Doolm.  Angell,  179  ;  Thos.  179 
DORMER.  201.  ' 
Dormer.  243. 

^Fh"^-^^°^'  ^'^^^l*^^'  Lord,  243  (2)  • 

Ehz.,  Lady,    243;    John,   Lord,  243  •  si; 

9!-^'^  ''  'r  f"'^-'  ;      Kath..  Lady 

^1^0?;  ^^^^dK^''  ^^^^  ^ 

Dorrell.  Eliz..  227.  230  •  —  '>-->7 

Dorset,  Lady  Cicely.  216  ; '  Robt.,  Earl  of,  "16 

Doughty,  George,  301  -10. 

Douglas  Irene  .J.  M.,  118  ;  W.  Tre-arthon  n<? 

"  '-"^^^ 

Downe.  Anne,  229  :  Chas..  '>->9 
Dou-nvyle.  Roger.  222. 
Doyley,  Martha,  161  j'Robt,  161. 
VOL.  ir.,  SEIUKS  V. 


Jane, 128 ;  John, 


Di-aper,  .Joan,  94,  170  ;  John,  94  ;  Matheu-  273 

Senee,  273  ;  Wm..  170.  ' 
Dreu-ry.  Walter,  2:iO 
DRURY,  41.  117,  150. 
T)rur>i,  150,  151. 

Drury.  Ann,  42  (4),  43.  117.  151,  238  (")  039  ■ 
Anna  Jlaria,  42,  238  ;  Braddan,  118  ;  C  .'  117  •' 
Caroline,  43  ;  Cath.,  150  ;  Cath.  Beatrice.  118  • 
Cath.  Perry,  118  ;  Charles,  41,  43  (T)  '"38- 
Charles  Stead,  42  :  Dorothy.  41.  42  (2)  -738  ■ 
Dru,  lis  ;  Sir  Drue,  151  ;  Edmund.  150  (2)  ' 
Echvard,  151    (2);   Edw.  Dumerque;  IIS  j 
[-If;'"   ?),42  (2).  43  (2),  47  (2),  lli  150  (3) 
lol  (4)  :  Ehz.  Hannah.  118  ;  Frances.  151  (\\  - 
i'  rances  Lo^-e.llS;  Grace.  150  :  Henrietti; 
l.^O  ;  Irene  Jn-ne  M.,  118  :  Isabel  \Vorthy  118- 
James.  42,  238  ;  Jane,  42.  117,  150,  151  Jane 
Duraerque  118  ;  Janet  Wortley,  118  ;  .Jeane 
^2  (3).  43,117.118, 
\"l     h  l-^l- John  Edward.  42;  Kath. 
loO.  lol  ;    Margaret,  41,  150  (2),  151  (3) 
Mane,  41  ;  Mary,  41  (3),  43  (4),  117  (.3),  150 
Mary  Anne,  4,3;   Mary  Edith,  118  ;  Mar; 
Oats    118;    Priscilla,    42;   Robt..  150  (4), 
lol  (2)  :  Sir  Robt.,  150.  151  ;  Samuel   41  • 
ff^'Vl":     ^'^^  '  Susanna,  41  ;  Thos.,  41,  43.  II7' 
8,  100,  238  ;  Thos.  Bate,  42  ;  Thos.  Wortley 
lis  ;  Valeria,  loO  ;  Wm..  41  (3),  42  f3)  43  f-r) 
1^0^'  lis-  ^50  (3),  151,  238S'sir  S.  l,  i^; 
y\m.  Fredk.,  118.  ' 

SSd?5,KC:,S'  Benet,  134;  Thomas,  134. 
Dudley  (Dudly),  Alice,  266 

James,  309  ;  Jean,  211  ; 

211,262;  Thos..  262  ;  Wn 
Duke,  John,  31  ;  Mira,  31.  ' 
Duly  (Dulie,  Dulye,),  Edward,  213  ;  Jean  313  • 

Joan,  212   213.  214,  261;    Margaret,  214 

Richard,  212;  Robt.,  212,  213,  214,  261  (2), 

Dumergue,  Cath.  Beatrice.  118 
Dunbar.  Christian.  223  :  Geo..  78. 
Duncan,  Anna,  28  ;  James,  28  ;  jas.  Irwin,  28  ■ 
Susanna.  28.  ' 
Dunch  Anne,  133  ;  Edmund,  133  ;  Samuel,  99. 
Dungate,  Vtm.,  307.  ' 
Durgate,  Philip.  307. 
Durnley.  Wm.,  17. 
Dutton,  Mary,  246  ;  Wm.,  246, 
Dyer,  Robt.,  222. 
Dyias,  John,  19S. 
DYKE,  169. 

Dyke.  (Dike),  Abraham,  169;  Anne,  169  fo). 
Charles,  169:  Dorothy,  169  (2);  Eliz.  169 
(o)  ;  Henry.  169;  Herbert,  169  ;  Jane  169  • 
John,  169  (2)  ;  Judith,  169  (2)  ;  Mary  169  '• 

(..)  ;  Thos.,  169  (4;  ;  Wm..  169  (2),  198. 


Eales,  Alban,  2S3  :  — ,  283. 

Earle,  Col.,  251  ;  Harriet  Christina,  251  ;  Sarah, 

Earles,  Eliz.,  246,  247. 
Easton.  Joane.  70. 

Echlin,  Eliz   61  ;  John,  61  (2);  Margaret,  61 
Lde,  Anne,  313  ;  Henry,  313 
Eden,  Agnes,  124  ;  Thos.,  124, 


;  Christopher.  266  ; 
Joan.  211  ;  Robt.. 
a..  266. 


830 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOG-ICA  ET  HERALUrCA. 


Ediin,  Ann,  IS  ;  Wm.  ]S 

^'i^^Ig^^''"  Sarah,  ICo  , 

Edmonds,  Galfruii,  6;   John,  85:  ^faria  6- 
Susanna.  So  (2).  -"uja,  o  , 

Edward  III.,  Kin-  of  England,  LSI 

Pr'^^^.f^'^'^^f^^*^'  Agrnes,  312  ;  Anne,  170; 

Edyale,  Harry,  135. 

Eg-jir,  Agues,  311  ;  Joan,  30G,  311,  312  ;  John, 

Eglesfield,  Leonard,  134. 
Eldred.  John,  198. 
Eles,  Florentine.  38. 
Elgfar.  D^jbornh.  78  ;  John  78 

Ehsenhaimer(Elsmhaymer).ChristDpher  James, 

19o;  Dorothy,  195  ;  Unice  l'-i5 
Elizabeth,  Queen  of  Eng-land  -^02 
Jilkcn,  2(3.  ' 
Elken,  Eichard.  26. 

?  ,      't^^^'T;  -^'^ '  Joan. 

311  3  4  ;  John,  249  ;  Marearet.  211.  21"^  311 
^icholas.  308  ;  Richard,  ];i3.  211,  212(2)"  307 
WaUer  "j-  ^^'^ '  ;  Thos.;  212  ; 

Ellis  (EIis,E!lice.  Elys),  Allice,!  GO;  Anne  301  • 
Ld.th,  IGG,  IG7:    Eliz..    38    39    2G      30  .' 

•■i'JI  ;  Joan.  2rt2  ;  John 

'Lt    6?^'  A    '  ^™^..2G0  Mar-' 

graret,  6.^  ;    Margery,    38    -'Gl  •    Mnr-i/  or.i. 

-I -—214  2G0— 2G3  ;  —  luo. 
i^lphin,  John.  137. 
Elystan  Glodrith,  53. 
Emans,  John,  152. 
Emery.  Ant..  7  ;  Martha,  7 

Englefield  (Inglefield),  Alice,  97  :  EhV  9G  • 
f'l  o-^t  l'^6.243:  Isabeil.  97;  Joan';  90  •' 
John,  9.  ;  Lady  Kath..  18G  ;  Mary,  241  24,3Vo. 

s^^w:^4f'^^3^^^'°^-'^^ 

Ensell.C,  120:  Eliz..  joq 
Eriey,  Eliz.,  r28  ;  Lichard  1  -^q 

±.liz.,  260  ;  bir  John.  215  ;  Wm  -^15 
Essex,  Dorothy.  9,3.  203-  Alarv  9S 

98  ;  Wm..  98,  203.  ' 
Estbury,  Joane'  I84':  John,  184 
Estman  John,  1G7  (2)  ;  Katharine.  167  311 
Lure,  Ehz    IG.  20  ;  Ralph.  Lord.  IG,  o( 

Evelei^h.  John,  231  ;  Rebecca,  231 
iivell,  Emion.  158. 
Evenden,  Eliz..  IG3 
Everard.  Eliz.,  125  :  Francis  1-^5 
fc^^■ar^,  Joan   h;s  (2)  ;  Steven,  IG8. 
Ewbank  Khz..  224:  «u-anna.  224  :  Wm  004 
E^vell,  Cecily.  134:   Joan.    1 34  ;    J^^,'  ■ 
Mar-aret,  134  ;  Richard  134  '  ' 


Eyies.  Eliz.,  88  ;  John,  88. 

^y'?'  Edward,  SO  ;.  Giles.  174  ;  Jane,  SG  ;  M.arv 
86  :  Rebecca,  G3  ;  Richard,  140  ;  Susan,  174.' 
Eyston,  Isabel,  131  ;  James,  131 


Fabian,  Edw.ard,  184, 185  ;  Eliz.,  185  ;  Joane,  184 
i'ag.cv-e,  Agnes,  10:  Alice.  10;  John,  10  C^)  ■ 

Margaret,  10  :  Nicholas,  10  ;  Thomas,  10  ' 
Eairebroother   (Fayrcbroother),  A'^nes  310- 

-Anne,  263;  Joan.  2G2  ;   John,  2G4  ; '  Mary' 
^  261  (2),  310,  312  ;  Richard,  261 -2G4  310  fv> 
Fantyng  Alice,  271  ;  Margaret,  271  ;  Simon',  271' 
i<are,  U  ilham.  306. 
Farenden,  Eliz..  139  ;  Peter,  139 
Fitren-ell  {Funvell),  145 

Farewell  (Farwell),  Alice,  144,  145  ;  John  144  • 

Phihpes,  144,  145. 
Farington.  Alexander.  174;  Alice,  174-  Eliz 

Tho^  i^irabell,  174  ; 

Fari,.,  Eliz',.  180  :  George,  180  (2)  ;        180  (2)  ' 

'  f'  '■  21L  2G2,  2G5  :  Margaret, 

214:  Jiaudelyn,  265  ;  Nvcholas  26'' 
Farmer,  Eliz,,  185  :  Wm„  185 
^'"frey"''  ^('^^^ox  alias  Go.l- 

^''5^°?^;  5'  (2)  ;  Dorothy,  57  ;  Thomas, 

Faulkener,  W^,  301. 
Faj-re,  Sara,  314. 

Fayrhand,  Agnes,  65  ;  Richard,  65. 
I'earo.  John,  313  ;  Sara.  313 
Feilde,  Dorothy,  312  ;  Henry.  31  o 

FenJier,  Q. 

Fermor.  Ciceley,  21C  ;  Isabell,  92  ;  Sir  Jo..  216  • 
Sir  Rich,  216  ;  Thoma.s.  92  ' 

Fermor  aH„s  Godfrey  (Fermour  alias  Godfrey) 
Adryan  68  ;  Agnes,  68  ;  Alice,  68  (2)  ;  Joane 
68  ;  John,  68  (2)  ;  Thomas,  68  (2)  ;  Wm  6^' 

Ferrers  (Ferris),  Sir  Humphrey,  193  ;  -  -^m 

Ferriter.  Jane,  231.  '  -  . 

Fetherston,  Harriet,  63  ;  Wm  63 

FETTIPLACE,  93,  131,  1S3,  202,  242,  244,  282, 

Fcttiplaee.  243,  290. 

^ldaS%3  ^^ff^''.  Pl^etiplace), 
^41  249  '^^-  '.^.^.^^o''.'"^  09  C5).  203_206- 
-41,  242,  24o,  282,  283,  287.  288  T'')  ■  A  ItVp 
186,203;  Almeric  (Amwy),  94  (3)  9*5  '  n 
t^/'''Q^7^^>^^'''^^•  2*";  Anna  JIaria,'i84  • 
o^./o^^^f^^•  100.  132,  133,  1S6-190 
203  (2).  204,  205  (2),  206  (3).  207  (2).  208  Hi 
'  7'nt  '.ff '  '^2),  284  2  285  (2  : 
99  rof'lf-^'«A",^^'•  O'--  Anthony,  98, 
^2).  203,  205.  245  (2),  246  (2) 
246  W8-'R"^k',°'^'^-200;   Barbara,  192, 

9"  nf '^^4  9r,°  °T'^',?*^'  243:  Beatrice 
90,  131  184.  202;  Resells.  189.  283-  Rrav 
Anna.  249  :  Bridget,  98,  187.  205  286  -^^Y- 
Ceciha,  189,  204:  Cecily,  245  ^s^" .  ch'-irlp,' 
99.  200,  207,  209,  287.  285'  0^9 '  sir  Oh.,  ^^7^ 
Charlotte.  289  ;  Christ^;;  '288  SsS  Ch  il 
4^  "t]  ^P'       =  Ciceley.  188   'oan  , 

^86  ;  Denton,  246;  Diana,  191,  2OS  ;  Dorothy,  . 


INDEX  OF  ls^\MES. 


831 


oij'^i^O/if  C2),1«7.ISS  (2),  203.  205,  207, 
I  ^P'  -       2S7:  Edith. 

(2)    244—24,,   2S2  (2).    2S;3.  2S7  ■  Sir 

Ksfl,  ]  ss.  189,  201-207  (2).  242.  2s:H2).  284 
'  ^]f'''\°\^^-  ISiJ,  JS9  (2).  191,  248.  249 

oVn'  ,  205-208.  241  (2)-''-47  C^) 

■^0.  2.2  (2),  288  (8),  284  (2).  28/^^89.  2^: 
xmen,  :  Ferdinando.  205.  287'  ogs  . 
^lorence,  97;  Frances,  100.  192  -^08  20o' 
-4.-)- 249  ;  Fr.incis.  186,  20fi.'  241  •M-"> '  ^^87  •' 
Jqo'^f  ^S"^'^"!}^-        :  Fridesmde."li2,  29i; 

204.  20j,  245—247  (2)  "48  (2)  -'S-^  •■>S5 
r-r  ^,^co*^f?"  1!^1-20S;  Gertrude,  2^28.-;; 
Giles,  ISS,  205.  245  (2)  ''47  (o)  oi^  .,0-  .  q,-: 
Giles^  246  .:  Grace,  99,  lOO  :  He'nn'.'w  "  95  ■ 
llesther.  289;  Humphrey.  192-  Kabcl  95' 

189.  192,  2O0,  242.  244.  245.  248.  28,3-285  ^7  • 
Jeffrey.  286  :  Joane.  94,  95.  97  C)  98  9o' 

<n\l\?f-><  280;  John,  ^93(2  : 

y-t  (2),  9b  (2).  97  (2)  98  99  rsi  181  mo 
333  (2),  184,  186,  187  (2),  189        jV^  •  no' 

91-  *^o^o'oo~-'^^^-        ;   Sir  John.  188.  207  I 
9o''9S  18rif«  Tn^o.^"'^^"'-^-  K-therine 
207    f  n.-  2^-^  ■•  Sir  Lorenzo,  ' 

^0/,  Liucie.  288;  Mars-aret    94  Q<1 

,^Jf)-100.133,lS5(2)rrS7,'lS8V2M9tio^^^^ 
Ar^7>,-^^'„-^2  (2),  283;    Margerj',  93  94 
Martha,  205,  241,  242;  Mary    94    97  ion' 
186(3),  189,  203  (2),  204  (2? W 5' oorS 

itl'  i^oWf-    2is:2i3i84-(2)'.2  : 

M  •■  ,  oV  ^^^'c^ael.  189  ;  Miles,  187,  203  • 
Mma    205.  287  ;  Nicholas,  95,  183,  186  iot  '■ 

28^0^'''^^^'''^^'^      (2);  PhikdeipiJa; 
■  ^bi,  JSo  ;    Philip,  93,  94.  07    1-18    iQo ^'•:)^ 

Zi!^^  i^^P,  290;-'^h;Sp:'-2£^; 
r^o  ^  r-^'^  '  -Rebecca,  248  ;  Re-inald 
]tr'  is°^ril'  ^2),  94,  9.5.  96,  1.32.  133,  I84 
186    188,  189,  190,  245.  246,  28.3.  291  ■  Sir 

Sibell   9,. ;  Sophia,  208 ;  Sophia  Charlotte 
'-^l-'^^l^^^-  ;  Susanna,  191.  206 

Thi'r!  '  '  00^^°^°''-'^'  =  Theophila,  248 

Thomas,  93,  95  (2),  97.  98  (2).  99  131  184 
186-190  (3),  202.  205.  244,  247  -'48  ^8^  r^t 
283  (3)  284  (3),  285,  286,  29/  4)  ;  Sir  Th^' 
I80;  Thomas  Bushell.  208;  Ursula  ISO 
203  (2),  204,  206  (2),  ' 244,  282  S,'  o\f'. 
Walter,  93,   9.5—97;    William    97    98  roV 

}  ettiplace  abas  Southb'ury,  John  94  (o) 

ifi  fS?t,!o^^.^Iif  ^ ' 

Finch  (Fynche),  A-nes,  270;  Beatrice.  270- 
Edv.-ard.  2.0  (2)  ;  Henry,  270  ;  Herbert.  270  ' 

Fishe,  Caroline,  28  ;  Henry,  28 
FiBher,  Joane,  190  ;  John,  278  ;  Mary  V.  S.,  182  ; 


Mr.,  38  ;  Paul  Hawkin.?,  197  ;  Thos.,  78,  198 
^\  ni..  190.  278. 
Fi.qher  n/i„.i  Fryer,  .Anne.  278. 
Fitche.  Thomas.  38,  39. 
FitzEllis.  Joane.  96  ;  Sir  Robt.,  96 
Fitz-Grfnj.i.h.  ■  ■ 

Fitzgerald.  Ann.  281  ;  Daniel  231  ;  Elinor,  231  ; 
John.  281  ;  — ,  231 
j  FifzMhonic.  5. 
I  Fif:ivaUer.  275. 
I  Fitzn-arin.  Fulk,  93. 

i  Fitzwilliams,  Mary.  103, 104  ;  Sir  Wm.,  103,  104 
1  Planner,  Sarah,  ]57. 
,  Fiaxuian.  Ann.  300,  303  ;  John,  300 
;  Fleetwood.  Sir  Geo..  246  :  Mary.  246  ■  Mi«  -^'i 
1  Fleming  (Flemyng),  Sir  Francis,  188  :  Harloe' 

30  ;  Jane,  188  ;  Jennett.  232  ;  Mary  30  ■  — 
:  Fletcher.  George,  90;  John,  90,27]  ;' Laurence,' 
;      90  ;  JIargaret,  90. 
i  Flou-er.  Eliz.,  88  ;  Wm..  217. 
I  Floyd,  Sir  .John,  231  ;  Thos.,  111. 
I  Fioyer,  Margaret,  225  ;  Rev.  Wm.,  2''5 
j  Flutter.  Jean,  314  ;  John,  314. 
Fogg   (Fogge),  Ann,  145;    Daniel.   145  (3)  • 
Eleanor,  68;  Eliz,,  145  ;  Jonathan,  145  (2)  • 
Mary,  145  ;  Thos,,  68.  145. 
Foks.  Sir  A'icholas.  10. 

Fokys,  Alys,  272  ;  Anne,  272  ;  Stephen,  272  (2)  ; 

Thos.,  272  (3).  ^  ^  ' 

ForcJ,  Uo. 

Ford  (Foorde),  Abraham,  231  :   Edward,  111  ; 

-Helen,  46  ;  Mary.  114  231 
FORSTER.  3,  139. 
Forster,  3,4.139. 

Forster,  Andrew,  139  ;  Anthony,  3  ;  Constance.  3; 
Flu.,  3  (2).  139;    Geo.,  139;   Henry,  1,89; 
Humphrey,  96;   Jane,  139;  John,  139  (6) 
Marg.,  139  ;  Ma^vde,  139  ;  Rich,,  3  ;  Robt.,  3  : 
fearah,  139  (2)  ;  Thomas,  3,  139  (2)  ;   Wm  \ 
139.  140;  Sir  Wm.,  139. 
Fortescue,  Sir  Adrian,  203  ;  Lady  Alice.  202  • 
I      John.  186  ;  Sir  John.  203  :  Mary,  186,  203 
Wesson,  Julian,  313;  William,  313 
Foster,  Andrew,  246  ;  Barbara.  246  ;  C.  W  .  ^40  • 
John,  151  ;  Joseph.  240  ;  Julian.  318  :  Kath.', 
2r2  ;   Margaret,  151  ;  Mary,  160  ;  .\icholas, 
313  ;  Robt.,  272. 
Foule,  Joan,  9. 

Fowke  (Fowk),  J.,  159  ;  John,  219  ;  — ,  219 
rox,  Ellinor,  153. 
Franchotti,  Gratio.  39. 
Francis,  Col.,  251  ;'  EfEe  Constance.  251 
f  rancklin,  Giles,  227,  230  ;  Jane,  227,  230. 
Frankham,  Mary,  39. 
Franklin.  Mary.  300. 
Eraser,  254,  256. 
Eraser,  Anne.  254, 

223,  254,  255. 
Eraser- Tytler,  Margaret,  255  ;  Wm  ,  255  (•■>)  • 
— ,  250  ;  see  aUo  Tytler.  ' 
Fraunces,  Agnes,  261,  .307,  309;  Allen.  263- 
AUice,  307  (2)  ;  Amy,  261,  313  :  Cicilye,  266, 
267,  268  ;  Edward,  168.  307  ;  Eliz.,  168  (2) 
211(2)  311;  George,  211,  307  (2);  Jeames 
268;  ,Jean,  214,  310(2).  313:  Joan,  167 
213  (2),  214.  260,  267,  306  (2).  307,  311,  313  ; 
John,  167,  168  (2),  261.  263.  265,  306,  .807  (4) 
309  ;  Julian,  212,  213  ;  Kath..  213,  214,  26l' 
265,  303,  313;  Magdalene,  213;  Margaret, 
211,  212  (3),  306,  307  ;  Mary,  261,  307  ;  Mau- 
delyne,  314  ;   Olyver,  167,  213  (2),  214  (2) 


Magdalen,  223  ;  Wm., 


832 


^IISCELLAXEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  KEKALDICA. 


260,  SOG.  307.  SOS  (-)  'H 1  ^o^  ^,  .,. 

309  f2):  WzB.,2I2:260:  ;joH-  V,o 
t-remd,  Xicholas'.  lO'i 

'^7s-SAi'%r^\'^'^°^^-''  Christopher.  29. 
.  -'US.,      ;  .Susan  Emma  l.S'>  ' 

Freshill,  — ,  uq 

''p^i^;;  's^lio?'''^^^'^^^'  ^^^^  Hum- 

Frithc,  110 

's:a;^:^^onii::iit^^tri!iv^' 

110;  John,  110.1li\  w'm.,n^c3iTH^^°^ 

Fry,  Henry,  27  ;  27 
Fryser,  Ingram,  39.'  "  ' 

Furlong  Cath.,  120  ;  Thos.,  120. 

^::^r''^  Margaret,  58; 

Fynes,  — ,  140. 


G 

Gad,  Alice,   2Ii   (-t^    9nn    oaq  , 

Joiii,  26b  ;  Lawrence.  214  m  oco  9f:9  '  o^o 
Lettis,  260,  314  ;  Richard,  214^  266  '4  '  ^ 

Gage,  Edward,  104:  Sir  Edw  '  It 

56,  104  ;  ila^y,  loi.  '  ^^^"^garet, 

Gall,  Agnes,  39. 

Gallwey  Ann,  250  ;  Xicholas,  280 
Gamton  Anne,  223  ;  Richard.  22S. 
Garbutt,  Ehz.,  14  :  John,  14 
Gardener,  Thos..  40. 
Gardyner  Agnes,  312  ;  Rev.  Mr..  39 
Garlond.  Xicholas,  8. 

Garnet,  Mary,  14,  le';    14 

Garrard,  Agnes.  11  ;  Ann'p  ?0n   957  fi 

289:  Eliz.,  289-  John  11  '  f  '  ^^^^^^-d, 
^Eobt.,279':  Rog;r,  206  osV-'T^rTr'  "  ' 

Garrett,  Ferdinando,  38  ;  James.  38. 
Tios...£r'"^'  J-ii-.  307  ; 

"^^S^'E^lfn'sn'.'  D°r«thv, 
sin     T      '  *^eorge,  167, 264— 9(;6 

310;  Joan,  167   3ii7    ^r.o  .    t  u 


I  ^/=iry.  267;    Olyvor,    167.   26.5  30fi 

Ilichard.  306  :  Thos.,  306  (■■')       '  ' 

OS:  J<^n,GS(2):TJ.^:,S-(2  ''"^'"^^^'■^' 
Gayto^.  Fran.,  100  ;  Jone.lOo. 
Oedduig.  Mary.  17 

Alexander,  270  ; 
AULt,  J, J     Cfceiv.  272-  Joanp  •■>-,-, 

John.  272  :  Leonard,  270;    Ma™'  .' 
^|hoIas,  272:Robt.,  272  ;  Thos:  270,  2^; 
Gervys.  John.  221. 
^^ff  («if  )^Chr.,  152;  John.  152. 
Gibbon,  John, 59  ;  Mary  59 
Gibbons,  Ann,  235  • 
I   Gifford,  4,  5. 
I  Gifford,  John.  S3. 
Gilbert   (Gylbert),   Clement.   90;    Eli.     op  ■ 
John,  90;  Kath.,  90;  Xicholas,  S;  Thos.', 

Giles,  170. 

Gillmgham,  — ,  67. 
Gilmyn,  5,  6. 

Gilmyn  (Gylmin),  Mercy,  6  :  Tho.,  6. 
Gipson,  ^Vynlfride,  314  ' 
Glanville,  Martha,  231 
Glover,  Eliz.,  137  ;  —  137 
Goddard   Anthony,  266,  267  (2^  314 

87'o?7°-^-l"'  J^^e,  205,  2,S7 

187,  267;  Kath,,  267  ;  Thos  ^Q'-,  oV-  . 
fride,  266,  267  (2).  314  '     '  ' 

Godeueston,  John,  70  •  Thos  70  ■  \r,^  -a 
Godfrey  CGodfre):AgneMt:e;9,^^^^^ 

6S;  Augustine.  68-  Edwarr?  ti  ' 

Tsiholi   C.T    T       '      '  ^I'l    Alice,  68  f-'-)  . 

J^S;^Tii^cg3jnv^  ^g'^^  C^: 

r°S?°*°'''  Dorothy,  1^6  ;  John,"86 
Goldsmith,  El  z..  151  ■  Eliz  Ann  do 

89  ;  John,  89.  151  ■  Oliver"  f-]  '  fr  ' 
Goldstone,  Prior,  70.'  '  ^''^  ' 

Golson,  Anne.  171. 
I  Gomersall,  Wm.,  39. 
I  Good  Grace,  304;  Thos.,  304 
;  Goodhay,  Penelope,  57  ;  —  57 
;  Goodiff,  Isabella,  30;  James  30' 
1      nard,  30  ;  Rebecca  Cath.,  30  ' 
Goodin  John,  214  ;  Rev.  Mr..  214 
Goodlake,  Eliz.,  99  ;  Joan,  99  ;  Thos  99 
Goodman,  Thos.,  39.  '  ' 

Goodwin  (Goodwyn  Goodwyne),  Bartholomew. 
iii';^r^'^%^'V  John 

108  ;  Wm.,  57  (2).  '  ' 

Goodyere,  Henry,  73. 

Goore,  Anne,  64  ;  Jamys,  64  •  Loie  64  •  ^f.r 
garet,  64  j  Eichard,  64,        '        '  ' 


;  Eliz., 

;  John, 
Winy- 


James  May- 


INDEX  OP  NAMES. 


^John'.P'^  -^rars:nret.:30:  Jane  V.^or.  47 
John  ^,te^^■art.  30  ;  t^ir  John  .Wm,  17  •  Thos. 

Gore,  SS 

Gosr^-ick,  Alice.  120  (2);  Edward,  129;  Wm., 

Goujdham.Geo.,152:  Susann.  152. 
txouhon,  James.  1.5  :  John,  15 
Goundry,  Ann,  15. 
G  our  nay.  i.  5 

G^^nt'"5°^°'^^" '■  Stepiien.  .S07. 
txrant,  Annie.  255;  Georg-e,  255  r2)  •  ^rar<rarP^ 
Cussans,  255  ;.  Patrick.\55.  -^^^^=aret 
Grantham,  Arabella,  25  .-  Lady,  25. 

Joane,  212: 

Grees-,  Loyal,  11 4 

Greenhi?°Samu^^^  100,125  ;-,  106. 

GreeniaTv-.  A.,  229  :  Marv.  2-^9 

Grefys,  Tyrs,  158.'  '  ' 

Greg-ory  Adam.  240  ;  Dionise.  225  ■  Eli/   -^95  ■ 
John,  1.36  ;  The,,..  67  ;  Wm..  11  67         00"  ' 
Grenested-e,  John,  67  -li,  W  ,  — ,  2 Jo. 

Grettex,  Henry,  199 
GREY,  56. 

^  p^'l  Cfyzogon.  56  ;  Edw.,  56  (2)  -Jo    56  • 
Rob.,  5(3  (.3);  Tho.,.56C3).        ^  ' 
Griffin,  Edward,  214  ;  Elinor,  231 ;  Eliz    •>60  • 

Wm.,  164,  260,' 308  ^^'  '  ^ 
Gnffi^th.Lady  Mary  Xina,  31;  Sir  Richard 
Griffiths.  158. 

Griffiths,  Francis  ap  Hu-h  ap  158 
Gng:-.  Sophia.  197. 

Grittest,  Jean.  267;  Joan.  266.  267  (■■>)  ■  Mar 

?aret,  266  :  Thoi!.,  266.  267  rS)  ' 
Cxroome.  Robt..  301  ' 
Groue.  Christopher.  264  ;  Robert.  264. 
Grover  (Groves),  Ann.  105  ;  Aliks  105 

Srnb5^^^5f-^^^'-^^^''^ 
Gryme,  Geo..  124  ;  .Jane.  124. 
Gnlde.ord   (Guldford).  Geo..  64  ;  Henrv   12  • 
R.cnard.  221  :  Sir  Richard.  12.  ^'  ' 

Gunning,  Anne.  1G2  (4).  163   (i)    I61  (o^  . 
161,  Dorothy,  lo2,  163;  Eliz.,  162  (2),  163 


333 


0'),  104  ;   Ellen,  162  (2)  ;    Florence,  165  ; 
i6o"f-''  ^^T^^       '.^/■^'I'^es  Ann,  165  :  Francis 
4h.,  lb.,  ;  Frederick.  165  ;  Geo..  164  (3).  165 
^^^""'y  165;  Jane,  163(2) 

164        ;  Judith.  163  :  Kath.,  165  (2)  ;  Lucy 
Mat.Ida,  165;    Mabel,    162,    163  ;'  Mabille^ 
ib_  :  Jlars^aret,  162,  163  fS")  ■  Marv  ifi-^  ci^ 
^^i;V^)<16/^f)-^Iatildl]6.5;'^^^^^^^^ 
^r  f"^^.^' I  P^^'^^'^'  Peter,  162  (3) 

vii^''^^J'\J^P>.y''  Richard,  164; 

Robt.,  162  163  (2)  164  (.3),  165;  Samuel 
16.,;  Sarah,  163  (2),  164  (2);  Sarah  Anne 
Wn;  "^^Iter,  165 

Pnnt   '    Ar^^^'  ^''^  '■  Henry.  16.5 

John,'  lis"''        '  J^-ine;  105; 

Gttybon,  Barbara.  301. 

Guylter,  .Isabel  70 ;   Joane,    70;   John,  70; 
Symon.  /O  ;  Thos.,  70  ;  Wm.,  70.  ' 

Gwilt,  John,  192  ;  Sarah,  192. 
oL'"''';  f  ^"^'^s"'-^'  209  ;   Gorges  F.  J.  G.  E  , 
209  ,-  John,  209  ;  Mary,  209  ;  Thynne  Howe, 

Gyles,  Charles,  228  ;  Mary,  228. 


H 


Haddis,  John,  91. 
Haddon,  71,  72. 

Haddon,  Eiiz.  72  ;  Joan,  73  (3),  74  ;  John,  73  ; 
Wm   72'''73^^''*'''"'      '        ^^^^ard,  72] 

SdSS^^''-''^'^'^^^^^'^^-^^-'^^- 

Haggett,  Andrew,  278  ;  Bartholomew,  278 
Hakms,  Margaret,  160. 
Halcrow, Robert.  235. 
Hale,  John.  67  ;  Thomasine.  67 
Halford.  Richard,  164  ;  Sarah,  164. 
Halke.  Wm..  66.  315. 

Hall  Alys,  271;  Ann.  SO;  Elyn,  271  ;  Isabell 
2.1;   Joane  271;   John,  271;  Julian.  271; 
Margery  271  ;  xMathell.  271  ;  Richard,  271 
Robt.,  2/1  ;  Rowland,  303  ;  Thos.,  80  ;  Wm., 

HALLOWAY,  121. 
nallnxcay,  121. 

^]ow'^  (^^ll^^%y)'  Alice,  121  (4)  ;  Charles, 
\%\  Frances,  121;  Henry 

1-    V4    P  ^'^      ^^""'y-  121  ;  Richard 

Hallthorp,  Lliz.,  141  ;  Jo  .  141 
Ham',  Dorothy,  312  ;  Wm  3l'^ 
Hamilton,  Alexander,  44  ;'  Eli^.,  46;  James, 
iO  (_);   Jean,  44;   John,  179;    Mary,  46  • 
Rebecca.  179;  Wm..  46  '^V.  , 

Hammond  (Hamand   Hamon,  Hamond),  Alice, 
166,  311;   Dorothie,  167;   Eliz.,  312 

Geo.,  16/  ;   Henry.  167,   309,  312  ;  Isabell, 

3S?'rof\°;  V^^'^'l'-  1G6;  Martha 

30o  (2);  Stephen,  166,  167;  Thos..  305  311 
Hampshire  (Hampsheere.  Hampshere).  Agne^, 

-h.>  ;  J ohn,  262  (2).  263  ;  Lawrence,  308 
Hampton,  Anne,  284  ;  Eliz.,  284  ;  John  m 
Han  by.  —  105.  ' 
Handlej'.  Geo..  239 

^Mary'^bJr"'  '''''  '  -l^-^^^' 295  ; 

Hansell,  Eliz.,  229  ;  Jabcz,  229. 


334 


MISCELLAKEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 


Harhi/,  112. 

Harby,  Emm,  1)2  :  Kath..  112  :  Tho^  IP"- 
Ilavcourt,,  Alice,  1,S6  :  John,  203  ;  SirKic-hard. 
160. 

Hardres.  Alice.  222. 
Hardy.  Lcttice,  73. 

IIardym.a.n.  Charlotte.  107(2):  Isabella  Pyer. 
;  Luciu.^  Ferdinand.  U)7  ;  Lucius  Hey- 

y^ood,  197  :  Jl.arian  Eliza.  197 
Hardynof.  A-nes,  177;  Eichard,  177 
Hare.  John,  111.  317;   Mary,  232:'  3Iaudlvn. 

31  (  ;  U  m..  232.  '  ' 

Harford,  Thomas.  109. 
Harker,  Wm..  1  7. 

Ha^rlacauden,  Joane.  91  ;  Juliane,  91  ;  Stephen, 

2C0,  2G1.  310  ; 
21-*     Anne,  261;   Donnynicke,  212, 
o09;  Ehz.,  25b.  310;  George.  212  f2^  -'U 

200  ;  Magdalene,  212. 

Harnett,  Jane.  120  ;  John,  120 

265;  Amey,  268;  Anne,  26G, 
r^l=  ^<^or?e,  17;  John.  265,  266,  267  (2) 
26S  (2).  310  ;  Thos.,  16,  266.  ^  ^' 

Harpur,  Henry,  237  ;  Sir  John,  237,  239  ;  Lady 


266 


Harriott,  Clara  Amelia,  50  ;  Thomas.  50. 
Jlai-ris,  149. 

Harris,  Frances,  30;  Hu-h,  30  (2);  Mar-aret. 
lol;  Margaret  Ann,  30  ;  Quarles,119;  Thos., 

Harrison  Anne,  13  ;  Jane,  142  ;  Jane  Mary, 
142;  John,  13,  142;  Mary  Eliz.,  21  25  ' 
Samuel,  79  ;  Sarah  Jane,  21,  25  •  Thos  21 ' 
25  ;  Wm..  3S.  '  i 

f.!!^^^«)  Harry,  135  ;  Henry,  232  ;  Joane, 
91  13o;  John,  10  ;  Ro-er,  135  ;  Sarah,  232  • 
Thos.,  91  (2),  135  ;  Wm.,  91  ;  Sir  Wm.,  222  ' 

Hartstonge,  Francis,  119.  ' 

Harvey.^Clenkin,  174;   Sir  Ja.,  174;  Robt., 

Harwell,  Margaret,  58  :  Thos  ,  58 

Harwood,  Eliz.,  163,  260  ;  Maude'lyn.  260  31'>  • 

Ihos.,  260,  312.  '  ' 

Hassell  (Hasell),  John.  318  ;  Prudence,  84. 

2«3;  Sir  Francis,  295  ;  John, 

283  ;  Mary,  295.  ' 
Hattoa,  Charles,  100  ;  Christopher,  Lord,  100  • 

EIiz.,  100.  ' 
Haughton,  Meta  Escott,  34  :  T  H  34 
Haulett  Christopher,  314  ;  Eliz.,  315;  Isabell, 

314;  Joan,  314;  John,  314;  Mar"-aret  315- 

Rose,  315  ;  Thos.,  314  (2).  315  (2)        '  ' 
Haviland,  3Iatthe\v,  295.  296. 
Hawkins,  Benet,  315  ;  3Iarv  155 
Hawhvnod,  102. 

Hawkwood.  Beatrix,  103  ;  Sir  Jo.,  103 
Hawoorth,  John,  307. 
Hawte,  .Jane,  11  ;  Sir  Thos.,  11 
Haybittle  (Haybetyll),  Agnes,  313  ;  Lucy  157  • 
Percival,  157  ;  Thos.,  313.  J-'     '  . 

Haydon,  Richard.  300. 
Hayes,  Sir  Thos.,  39. 

Haynes.  Abrah.,  171  ;  John.  222;  Martha,  171 
Hayton,  Robert,  69. 
Hazelden,  Jane.  229  ;  W..  229 
Head,  Grace,  99  :  .John,  99.  ' 
Heal,  Hannah,  155. 
Heald,  Lucy,  59  ;  —,59. 
-Hearde,  Jone,  38;  Thos.,  38. 


Hearne  (Heani),  Alice,  220  ;  Thos..  220  ;  Wm.,  40 
Heath  (Meathe),  Asnes,265  ;  Cutberd.265.  2fii 
l-rauces,  139;    Joan,  266;  Margaret, 
Robert.  139  (2). 
Heatly,  Gabriel.  61  ;  .Jane.  61  :  Samuel.  6! 
Heatou.  Eliz..  151  ;  Wm.,  151.' 
Hebbron.  James.  17  (2)  ;  John,  17 
Hedd,  ;Mr.,  237 
HEDGES.  S5. 
Hedges,  85. 

Hedges  (Lacy  aVas  Hedges),  Alice,  86  ;  Anne, 
8.',  86,  88;  Anne  Maria,  86;  Cath..  85  (2), 
86  (3)  ;  Cecilia,  85  ;  Charles,  86  (2),  87  (3)  ; 
Sir  Chas.,  87  ;  Chas.  Gore,  88  ;  Dorothy.  86  • 
Eleanor,  87  (3),  88  ;  Eliz.,  85,  86  (2).  SS  (3)  ■ 
Frances,  86,  87  ;  Geo.,  87;  Helena,  86  ;  Heiirv. 
8'  (4)  ;  Jane,  87  (2)  ;  Johanna.  85  ;  John.  8^6 

(2)  ;  Margaret.  87  (2)  ;  Martha.  85  ;  Mary,  86 

(3)  ,  87  ;  Nicholas.  85  :  Philippa,  85  ;  Prudence, 
8';  Rebecca.  85;  Richard,  86  (2);  Robt, 
^5  (2),  86  (3)  ;  Susanna.  85  (2),  86  ;  Thos., 
88  ;  Tobit,  85  ;  Wm..  85  (2),  86,  88  (2)  ;  Sir 

I      \\  m..  So.    See  also  Lacy  alias  Hedges. 
I  Hedges-Eyre,  Helena,  86  ;  Richard,  86. 
I  Hedley,  Ralph,  21. 
Helyn,  John,  100  ;  Marv,  100. 
Hemsly,  Susan,  140  ;  Wm..  140. 
Henderson.  Geo.  Jas.,  34  ;  Honora  A.  C.  P.,  34 
Hendrick,  Mrs.,  78. 
Hengston,  Alice,  270  ;  Robert,  270. 
Henn.  Jane  Bridget,  62  ;  Poole  62 
Henry  VUL,  King  of  FJnglandi  202. 
I  Henshaw,  Edmund,  162  ;" Ellen,  162 
I  Heuslowe.  Thos.,  98. 

'  Herbert,  Edward.  86  ;  Frances,  86  ;  Helena,  86. 
Plerring,  John,  288  ;  Lucie,  288  ;  Rer.  Mr  '^86 


'■ys.  217. 


Herrys,  Arthur,  217  ;  John,  217  ;  Wm.  217 
Hervy,  Wm,,  60. 
Hewer,  Wm.,  75. 

Hewitt  (Hewet,  Hewite),  Anastasia,  225  •  Anne 
97  ;  Edward,  79  ;  Eliz.,  312,  313  ;  James,  225  ■' 
Joan,  70,  308,  309,  311  :  John,  8.  70-  Mar- 
garet, 8,  70  ;  Robert,  312  ;  Thos.,  311  ;  —  97 
See  also  Huet. 

Heylin  (Heylen),  Barbara,  108;  John,  108- 
Peter,  296. 

Heyveringden,  Allice,  312. 

Hicks  (Hikks),  Alexander,  176;  Cecilie,  176' 
Lienor.  17t  ;  Eliz.,  227  :  Joan,  134  ;  John,  134  • 


Mary,  231,232;  Robt., 


Richard,  134,  227. 
Plickson,  Martha,  232 

231,  232. 
Hide,  Humphrey,  190. 
Hlghlord,  107,  108. 

Highlord,  Abigail,  108,  109  ;  Barbara,  108,  109  • 
Edward,  109  ;  Eliz.,  108  (2),  109  (2)  ;  Frances' 
109;  Isabell,  109;  Joane,  108;  John,  40 
107—109  ;  Judith,  108,  109  ;  Mabel,  108  10;)  • 
Sarah,  108,  109  ;  Solomon,  109  ;  Susan  109  • 
Zachary,  108,  109. 
Hilditch,  — ,  238. 

Hill.  f:dmund,  168,  211  (3),  212,  213  (2),  309  ; 
Edward,  211  ;  Emma.  308  ;  Joan,  30C  ;  John' 
211;  Judith,  212;    Kath.,  313;  Magdalene! 
168:  Mary,  168,  211  (4),  212,  213  (2),  308, 
313  ;  Oliver,  308  (2)  ;  Rafe,  212  ;  Sarah,  301 
Thos..  313  ;  Wm.,  213. 
Hiller  (Hyllar),  John,  264  (3),  309;  Luce,  309  • 
Mary,  264. 
I  Hilliard,  Henrietta,  251 ;  John,  251. 


INDEX  OF  NAMES. 


335 


Hillier,  Florence  G.  a..  32  ;  Sir  Walter  C  3-'' 

Hilljs  (Hjlles),  Eliz.,  313;  Koger,  313;'"Thos 
S  :  Wm.,  S.  ' 

Hinde,  Ann  Eliz..  62,  120  ;  Beuj..  28.  62  (2),  120  ; 
■    Charity,  63  ;  Frances  Amelia,  62-;  Frances 
Eliz..  23  ;  Jane  Bridget,  62  ;  Richard,  62,  63  • 
Sar.ih,  63.  ' 

Hipkins  (Hypkyns),  Avis,  313  ;  Eliz.,  313. 

Hirst,  3Iarg-aret,  21  ;  — ,  21. 

Hitohcocke.  Allioe.  308  ;  Marv,  310, 

Hite,  Francess,  54  ;  Jo.,  54. 

HOAHE,  233. 

Hoare,  Alice,  233  (2);  Brid-et.  233;  David 
233  (2)  ;  Denny,  233  (2)  ;  Edvvard,  233  (3)  ; 
Ellen,  233  ;  Francis,  233  ;  John,  233  ;  Sir 
Joseph,  233:  Lucy,  232.  233;  Xora,  '233  ; 
Thos.,  233  :  Thomasine,  233  :  Wm.,  232  •"'33  ' 

Hobert  (Hoberd),  Kath.,  39  ;  Robe.  38  " 

Hi'dgetts,  259. 

Hodg-ett3,   Humphrey,   250;    John,   ''50  C^^- 

Mary,  259. 
HODCxSKIX,  229. 

Hodjrskin,  Anne,  229  (3)  :  Anne  Downe,  229  • 
Charles,  229  (2)  ;  Dinah,  229  ;  Edward.  -^29  •' 
Eliz.,  229  (3)  :  Harriet.  229  ;  Harriet  Bathurst, 
229;  Jane,  229  (2);  John,  228,  229  (2),  318  : 
John  Bathurst,  229  ;  John  Grey.  229  ;  Mar- 
garet, 229;  Mary.  228.  229  (5),  318  (-2)  ■ 
Richard,  229  (2)  ;  Sarah,  228,  229  ;  Stephen 
228,  229  ;  Thomas,  229  (3)  ;  Wm.,  229. 

Hoker,  Joane,  272  ;  Robt.,  272. 

Holberton.  Eileen,  29  ;  Henry  Nelson,  29 

Holden,  Anne,  264,  310;  Jeames,  264.'  313- 
Mary  Anne,  43  ;  Robt.,  43  ;  Rose,  313';  Wm' 
Drury,  43. 

Holdip  (Holldippe).  Alice,  38  (2).  39  40- 
Andrew,  38,  39,  40  (2)  ;  James,  38  (3)  39  • 
Richard.  38,  40  ;  Simon,  37.  39  (2). 

Holland,  Eliz.,  Ill;  Susanna,  111  ;  Wm.,  Ill 

Hollingworth,  James,  239  ;  John,  239. 

Hollorray,  84. 

Holloway,  Eleanor,  84  ;  Jane,  84  ;  John,  84 
Holman,  Agrnes,  137  ;  —,137. 
Holmes.  170. 

Holt.  Eliz.,  78,  79  (2)  ;  James.  79  ;  Wm  79 

Hone,  Agnes.  312,  313  ;  Thos.,  312. 

Hoo  and  Hastings.  Anne,  2iJ2  ;  Thos..  Lord  •"'O'"' 

Hood,  .-ignes.  24  (2)  ;  Ann,  24  ;  Eliz.  Mar\-  "h"' 
IsabelLa,  24;  John,  24(3);  Maria  Isabella' 
24  ;  Robt.,  24  (3). 

Hooke,  Agnes,  260  (2),  261  ;  Anne,  261  ;  Jeane 
260;  John,  260  (2),  261,  262,  263  (3),  265- 
Margaret,  260  ;  Mylicent,  262  ;  Rychard,  265  - 
Thos.,  263.  '  ' 

Hoone,  Thomas.  308. 

Hooper,  Eliz.,  227;  Jolui,  227;  Martha  2-:'7  • 
Thos.,  230.  '    "  ' 

Hope,  John,  200;  Mark,  200;  Mr.,  199  :  Susan, 

Hopper  alias  Highlord,  Peter.  108. 

Hopton,  Sir  Arthur,  246.  295  (2)  ;  Dionise  '^95  • 
Frances,  246 ;  bir  Ralph,  295,  296  ;  Robt.', 
29.)  (2).  ' 

Hornby,  Ann,  16. 19  :  Eliz..  19.  20  ;  Hannah  19  • 
Jane,  19  ;  Margaret.  19,  20  ;  Mary.  19  ;  Rachel' 
19  (2)  ;  Richard.  16  (2),  19,  2u  ;  Simuel,  19  (2)  •' 
Sarah.  19  (2j.  20  ;  Wra..  19.  ' 

Hornden.  Edward,  227  ;  Eliz.,  227. 

Home,  4. 

Home,  Amy,  185;  Anne.  131  :  Christiana  -^89  • 
Edmund,  .185;  Elen,  12;  Eliz.,  184(2),  l«o.' 


289  (2);  Gervas,  12;  Henry,  12  r-^)  •  How 
H  C.  C  84  ;  Joane,  184  (2);202  ;  John,  1^4^ 
20o  ;  Lawrence,  289;  Margaret,  12  184- 
Margery.  8  ;  Mary,  185  ;  Robt..  12,  184  (■?)' 
202  ;  Wm.,  8,  12  ;  Wm,  Ogilvie,  34 

Horseley,  John,  314. 

Horwaye,  Julian,  311. 

HosTcins,  84. 

Hoskins,  Alice,  84  ;  Thos.,  84. 

Hough,  Kath.,  200. 

Hougham.  Joane,  64  ;  John,  64. 

Houghton.^Allice,  311  ;  Ellen,  251  ;  RicluarJ,  31 1 ; 

Houlden,  Eliz.,  265. 
Houlker.  John.  199. 
Ho  veil.  1.  122.  ■ 

Hoyell,  Allan,  1  ;  Ann,  122  ;  Joshuah,  1  ;  Pasco. 

122  ;  Richard,  1. 
Howard  Eliz.,  202  ;  Thos.,  Duke  of  Norfolk,  20-> 
Howe,  Earl,  209  ;  Emanuel  Scrope,  Viscount, 

Howell,  Sir  John,  126  ;  Wm.,  39 
!  Howell  Goch,  53. 
j  Howson,  — .  219. 

i  (Hubberd),  Joshua,  78;  Mrs.,  78; 

i  Huddleston,  Alice,  125  ;  Bridget,  125  ;  Sir  John 
I      12o.  ' 
I  Hudson  (Hudsonne),  Eliz..  314  ;  Henry  ''Se  • 
Sibyll,  236  ;  Thos.,  153.  314.  "  ' 

Hiiet  (Hnat,  Huyt).  Jean,  168,  211  ;  Joan,  167 
168,  211  ;  John,  167  ;  Thos.,  167,  168,  211  307* 
ti'je  aUo  Hewitt. 
Hugford,  Eliz.,  188.  244,  283;  John.  18S 

244  (2),  283  (2)  ;  Ursula,  188,  244,  283 
Huggins,  Mary,  260,  312  ;  Wm,,  260  (2)  31-' 
Hughes,  Henry,  144  ;  — ,  207. 
Hugill,  Eliz.,  18;  John,  17 Sarah,  18;  Thos 

18  ;  Wm.,  18.  '' 
Hugo,  Ann,  225  ;  Paulina,  225  ;  Thos    "-^5  ■ 

Thos.  Byrdall,  225. 
Hull,  Thomas,  199. 
Hullande,  Dane  William,  68. 
Humberston,  Charles,  57  (2);  Mary  57  •  Rene 

lope,  57  ;  Wm.,  57.  > 
Hungerford,  Sir  Anthony,  186— 188   -il-  ---S'' ■ 
Lady  Bridget,  187  ;  Lady  Dorothy,' 'l,s7'-'iJij2  ' 
188,  245,  282;  Lady  Jane,   188;    Sir  John'; 
18/  ;  Margaret,  98;  Richard.  98. 
Hunsdon,  Sir  John  Carey,  Lord  l'^5  •  Mary  78 
Hunt  (Hunte),  Agnes,  266  (2)  ;  Anne,  267  ; 

.Vil'        '^t'  Henry, 
or  -Vi  S.^®'        '  J^-'-^mes,  267  ;  Joane.  266, 
26/  (2),  268,  310  (2)  ;  John,  212  (2)  ''13  (•') 
214,  260—262  ;   Joseph,  262  ;    Mabell,  214  • 
Margaret,  212,  213  (2),  214  (2),  260  r2) 
262,   266,  308,  310,   312  ;    Mary,    43,    in  - 
Itychard,  264;    Robert,  266  (2)    268  3is' 
Thos.,  16,  17,  43,  117,  213.  ;^64  ;  Wm.,  2l'4,  310.' 
Hunter,  Khz.,  43,  117,  118;  Robt..  117,  118  •  —  43 
Huntmgilon.  Margaret,  l->4  •  Thos   T'l  '     '  ' 
Huntley,  Thos.,  79.  '         •'   -  • 

Hurly,  Joan,  155. 
Hurrell,  Mary,  229. 
H  ussy.  — ,  1  70. 
Hut  chin,  17;!. 

Hutchin,  Alice,  173  ;  Tho..  173. 
Hutchins,  John,  165  ;  Sarah  Anne,  165 

Robt"7T'  ^'  "^'"'■^  • 

Hyde,  John  att,  183, 


336 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGTCA  ET  EERALDTCA. 


Hv,le..  Anne.        ;    pij;.    ^c-.  p^.^.^^^. 

TT,  iv  2S3  :  John  att.  IS;! 

Hj-ndford,  Audrey-,  Earl  of,  47  ;  Earl  of  -iV 


Men,  Alexander,  S  :   Alicia.  64  ;  Joane,  S.  a  ■ 

■,/:]^-  i?'^^:-^'  -Thomasme,  S,  64. 
Jfoilde.  Katharine.  31  i 

^"F^i.'^'i'T  i^^^""^-        '   ^'^'"^  Gillies,  252  : 
tdith   Adelaule,  252;   Elijah,   252  ;  \ora 

tonS     '         '  ' 
■Inge.  6. 

Inglefield,  i'fp  Eu'defield 
In-lis,  John,  45  ;  John  A.,  44  ;  Kath..  45 
Ingram,  115.  116.  ' 
Jnpram,  Ar.,  115:   Hugh.  115.  IIG-  J  ]]--,. 

2irRo;^:ii?;'i^^^^^°-^^^^2^^="^^-y; 

Ironmongrer.  Eliz.,  S3 
mWlZs,  27. 

Irwin.  Aileen  Mary,  30  •  Alan  Ppi-n,-  oc  .  m 

^ex.Eobt..32,i!rrISl^E^&: 
Sir  Alfred  M.  B.,  27,  2;»,  61  H9  17^-  iiV,  i 
P.  li.2y;  Alfred  Wm  I^9  •  AIteK^th 
leen  29;  Alice  Margarita,  29  ; 'l/fe e  Sd 
L.,  29  ;  Andrew,  3],  34,  35;  Andrew  Burton. 
3o  ;  Andrew  H.,  35  ;,  Ann,  27  (3)  3->  3s 
(3)  ;  Annie,  35  ;  Arthu;,  27.  32  (9)^33 
i^'^l'^-^  32  ;  Belinda.  31,33,35  ;  Benjamin 
^   <^lS:r^;L'}>'^'^^^-\^^^  Caroline 


Lucy  Ethel,  .•i2  ;  Lydia  Mary.  35  :  Lvnda  ]:thel 

,  Lyndon  G.  0.,  32  ;  Mabel.  35  ;  jlar-aret 
Anne  30  ;  Maria  Millicent.  30  ;  Martha  3- 
33  ;  Mary,  2,  (4),  30-33  (2)  ;  Mary  E  '^9  : 
Mary  J.,  2S  ;  Marv  M.,  20  Marv  \  -  ! 
latilda,^,  Matthias,  27;  mSJ A^:  .; 
30;  MetaEscott,34  :  Millicent.  30-  Millicent 
Ann.  30  ;  Millic.nit  H.,  29  ;  Mira.  31^5}^^^^^^^^^^^^ 
oo  (2)  ;  Muriel  Ct..  29  ;  I'ercival  N  .  '85  • 
Prudence,  33  ;  Rebecca.  27  (2).  2S  30—33  •' 
Rebecca  Cath..  30  ;  llichard.  30  (2)  ;  Eichard 
G  ,30;  Eobert,29,34  ;  Eoger  T..33  Samuel 
23  ;  Samuel  B.,  28  :  Sarah!  28,  32,  3.3  Sarah 

is?i?l^,^2rf'^^^^^-^°^"'^^'^^- 

Isti^d,  216. 

Isted  Ann,  216  (2)  ;  John,  216  (2)  ;  Jone  "16  ■ 
liichard,  216  (3)  ;  Thomas,  216  (9)  ' 

?sPo^-^.r^^''T'  ^'"sti^n,  134  ;  Elinor, 

134,    2/2  ;     Joane,  272  ;     Marg-aret,    279  • 

Iveaon,  Isabell.  39.  ' 
Izacson,  John,  40  ;  Richard,  40. 


Cath..  32,  33  (.-S)  ;  Chas.  Albert,  35  ;  Cornelia 
HeleiK32;  Dorothea,  31  :  Dorothj- Melicent 
29  ;  Du  cibe  la,  3u  :   Edith  Marp-aret  IS 

ii-iiza,  ..1,  33  ;  Elip:.,  27,  28.  31  C-T)  .  -iri; 
Jane,  31  ;  Eli...  ^ivy  SI;  Eu'  J  ira  3 
Ellen,  28;  Elsie,  28  ^ Emily.  3 S^i/l' 
M.,  31  ;  Emily  Burton.  29  ;  Emilv  rhnrlnf^r 
35;  ^^jEUz..So:}in.ilyi^tS1^]^^ 
Jane,  29  ;  Emily  Kathleen,  30  ;  Eric  6onway 
3o  ;  Florence,  29.  35  ;   Florence  G.  G  A^' 

O'Malley.  31  ;  Gilbert  D..  35;  GL-^dls'  cfo  o 
32;  Grace  O^MaIley.31;  Haidee  L  li'x  S4 

Jb.  A.  L.,  34  ;   Hazel  Emd,  35  ;  Hayel  G  M 
29  ;  Heatherbell  J.  M.  S..  34  ;  Hefci  p.  M  b" 
34  ;  Henrietta  Alice,  30  ;  Henrietta  Eliz  'so-' 
Henrietta  E  A.  C,  34;  Henrietta  Helen  %' 
34;  Henry,  28— 30.  32,  33  r^l  -u  lo,,    xr  ' 
(Joker,  3,1;   Hen. '  PrknL  ^9'  "  S. 
29;  Hen,  Lascelles.  33  (2)  ;  Hen  R  I  P 
Hen.  R.  K    .0  (2) ;  HeVbe^t  2   ;  Herben 
}\m.,-p  ;  Hilda  K.  J.  H..  34  ;  Hono  a  A.  CP 
34  ;  Hope  II  C.  C,  34  ;  Hubert  R.  B.  H   .34  ' 
Hugh  Harris,  30  ;   Hyacinth  F.  M.  f"  34  •' 
Isabe  la,  .  0;  Isabella  Harriet.  30  :  Iva'n  lV 

30;   Jane.  27,  30  (2)  33  S5  1  so  .    t  i, 
27  (2),  28,  30.  31  (3),  32  (3)  33  /4        •  i''^,,"' 
0-Malley.  32  ;  John  V..  s  " Kat  j,'^,?,^,'' 


Jackamyne.  Agnes.  272. 
Jackma'n,  Aliice.  309. 

Jackson  (Jacksonne),  Geo.,  179-  Hu-h  ,<?9  ■ 
Jane  S9:  Jeremiah,  89  ;  Joan,  258  (2)°  John! 
U-pth^Fh<  Ann,  89;  Paulina, 

James,  149. 

'^^RoXrf'''  7;  Martin,  189; 

Jar  vis,  Anne.  204  ;  James.  204  ;  John,  78  ■ 
Margaret,  iS.  '     ^  j 

Jasper.  Edward.  146. 

Henry,  169. 

Jelfe,  Thomas,  79, 

Jenkins,  Margaret,  1:59  ;  Mary,  157  ;  Ro-er  139 
Jenkyn.  Alice,  272  :  Henrv,  279 
Jenners,  Arthur.  224  ;  :\rary  "-'i 
Jenning.?,  Kliz.,  191  ;  John,  19! 
Jermyn.  Xora,  233. 

Jerningham,    Eliz..   ]fiO  ;    Sir    Henry     pr-,  . 

Jeromina,  125  ;  —  1x9  ' 
JERVICE.  22. 

^"^rFl^J^ot^'  k'/'"'""'^^'-  23;  Christian, 
-3   Ehz.,  22  ;  Helen  Scott.  23  :  Isabel,  22  -^S 

Richard,  .  8  ;  Robt.,  62  ;  Susan,  58  ■  Thos  cW 
Jewers,  Arthur  J.,  36,  122  297       °'-'^os.,  0.. 
Jewys,  Joan,  135.       '       '  ~  ' 
Jode.  Lienor,  176;  I'leasaunce,  176;  Richard, 

Johason  (Johnsone),  Anna  Margaret  18"- 
Anthony,         (2),   239    (2);    Charlek     7  ■' 

.>ir  John,  Richard,   276;    Wm  S'l 

Zachariab,  182;  — ,.258.  '  ' 


IXDlsS  OF  XAMES. 


Jones  (Joans),  Anna.  7t;  ;  Anne.  -^r,  o^-. 
Davj-e  S09  :  E.  Henry,  UO  :  Kd^™^d  - 
'0;  Ldward  Kendal.  70;  FUr  ■  p  i?' 
Jane,  7G :   Francos.  -ISO.'  GeV    l  i" 

Jordan,  Ed.,  215  •  Alarii  F1t>  pIo, 

Kev.  Prebendarj^lVrrSn^Jof;!^^^^^'  ^ 
Jordon,  :\Iary,  101  .-  Thomas,  IGl 
J  cure,  Joan.  .313.  " 
Journey,  John,  lU. 
Joy,  3Iary.  V>i  ;  Thomas,  IGl. 
Judah,  G.  F..  319. 
Judge,  Mary,  179  ;  Samue].  179. 


837 


Keen  (Keene).  Amy.  309  •    \nn       .  .  t 
201  ;  Joan,  261  (3),  309  (2).  31^  ' 
John,  2o3  309  (2).  3 12  ;  Markret.  26-  lit  I 

Kele,  Benett,  66  :  Richard  66 

Margaret  262.  263,  SOS  ;\Maude]vn  '  9^7  1 
Richard,  266  ;  Thomas.  168  (4),  26]  "e-^"^' 

Kelso,  Clement,  220  ;  Eliz..  2'>0 
Kelynge.  Joan,  313. 

Kon>'56^'''^'      '^^^ ' 

Kenqt,  ."6. 

Kemp  (Kempe),    Ann,    56.   57:    Anna  7- 

Frances.s,  .^b  ;  Garrett.  56  (2);  Sir  Garrett' 
oC  ;  Henry,  56  :  Jane,  56;  Jeames.  306  John 
o7;  Kuthar.,56;  ilargaret,  56  (2);  Manha' 

Kendall,  76. 

Kene,  Joan,  260  (2)  ;  John,  260       ■  Tl^n,^ 

260  (2)  ;  ,ce  also  Keen.     '    "  ' 
Kenmare,  Nicholas.  Viscount.  86 
Kent,  Samuel,  279.  230 

Kentwode  Eliz..  132  (2),  1,S5  ;  Fride^u-ide  130  . 
Joan.  131,  132  ;  John,  132.  Is5  •  \ti  ' 

Jycholas,I32  (2J;  Reynold,  13i;  JSf  R^tt.; 

Kent^ood!  Eliz.,  292;  Frideswide,  292  ;  Robert, 

^LSjuf;  '  ■'  Th^^-  63  ;  Wm. 

TOL.  II.,  SEEIES  V. 


!  Kerby,  Jefferv.  40  •■'7>! 

i  2S3;  Anne,  18, 

rS?r&,;;r  Adolphus.  196; 

I  KilhnKb.>ck.  Francis.  7  ;  Mam-t  7 

Kircome,  Sara.  313. 

Kirkland.  Dorothy,  4"'   •''38  r'>~i  v 

Jane,  2o9  ;  Thomas.  42,  lis,  238 

Ss  «'"ri  ^"^"^i;"^  ^Snes.  63; 

FduVd  h-^   0^^^^^^^^  EdmtTnd.  265 

|S^?^^?jo;^2  :3  ?'3li'^i.^^^-^;^ 

Kitchyner,  Rose.  313. 

Knatchbull,  Agnes,  92;  John.  10,  64  f>)  .>7i  • 

Mifm'iiS';'^%^'  ^'1  ;  Thomasine, 
Knevett,  Sir  Henrj-,  245 

''SSii^^r^^'  ""''^^^'^  292;  Mary,  312; 
^S,^'^'  33;  Jane,  33;  Mary 

Knowles,  Wm.,  Lord  Banbury.  205 
K.vngston,  John,  lS6i  Sus'an,  186 


Laborne,  Agnes,  264  ;  Rychard  '>64 
I  J;^°^V^iJ^belIa  208  ;  Sir  l■:o^dand.  208. 
i-AOl  aha.i  HEDGES.  84 
Laoy  alias  Iftdges.  84 

Lacy  Hedges.  Alice.  84  :  Cath.,  84  ;  Henry 
M,  8  ,  ;  Jane,  84  ;  Johanna.  85  ;  John  84  "7- 
Prudence,  84  ;  Richard.  84';  Thos  si  \\'n^  ' 
81 ;  Hedges.     '      '  ^^os.,  bo  ,  \\  m., 

Ladbrook.  Robt..  79 

Ladd  (Ladde),  Agnes,  315  ;  Alice,  221  ;  Thomas. 
^aing,  148. 

l£^^::;^73'^''^'^^^^^-^^^-'^^«- 

Lamb,  Cath.. -179  ;  Vincent.  179  ;  \Vm  179 
Lambard,  Agnes,  12;   Richard',  12""  Thomas, 
Lambert.  John,  SO. 

Landy,  Peter,  276. 
LAXE,  57. 
Lane,  57. 

^^Caih^',"-?'        '  .i'"'^^'  5S  :  Anne,  57,  58  ■ 

Grack  OS;  na?'59f  fcne  ffm '59"%^'^ '" 

308  ;  John,  57  (3),  '58  (2^'   59*"  m     V  1 

59  CA^  ■  T  ^^r>^  SO   Ar  ^^-^  '  Lionel, 

59;Myddieton,59;^^n;lo^;^7Vi^SH;^^^: 


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338 


MISCELLANEA   GENEALOGICA  KT  IIERALDICA. 


Kobt.,  57,  r.j^  (S),  59  (:5)  ;  Sarah .  5S  :  Snsan, 
57,  5^  (2)  :  Susanna.  5S  ;   Sybil,  57  ;  Thos.,  i 
57,  58  (2),  2o7  :  Thoniasin.  5S  ;  Win.,  174. 

Lansroridsi-e  (Langrishe),  Kliz..  3S  (2).  39  (2), 
40  ^2)  r  Ro,>rer,  ;;S  (2),  40. 

Lansrford,  John  Coplen.  120  ;  Jleliceiit  Ann, 
120. 

Langham.  — ,  157. 

Lan,^-iey.  Eliz.,  219  ;  Emme,  219  ;  Frauncis,  219  ; 

Joane.  219:    Sir  John.  219;   Robert,  219; 

Thomas,  219  ;  Ursula,  219. 
Lan,£fstone,  Tho.,  215  ;  — ,  215. 
Lascelles.  Kate.  33. 
Latton,  John,  191. 
Lavery,  Eliz.,  231. 

Lawborne,  Margaret.  2G3  :  Richard.  2G3. 
LAW  DER,  232. 

Lawder.  Anthony.  232  ;  Archibald,  232  ;  Arthur. 
151  ;  Bridget,  232:  Cath.,  232;  Christian, 
232  (2);  David,  232  :  Francis.  232  (2)  ;  Geo,. 
232  ;  Hugh,  232  :  Jane.  151,  ISO.  232  ;  Lucy. 
232.  233  :  Robt.,  232  ;  Sarah.  232. 

Lawrence  (Laurence).  Anne,  1G2.  2SS,  309,  313  ; 
Edmund.  1(57  ;  Eliz..  29(1  ;  Hannah.  295  ; 
Joan,  2(i2.  2U3.  309  ;  John.  214.  295  (2). 
296  (2);  Julian,  214;  Katherine,  16G  ;  Mar- 
garet, 166,  167.  308;  Richard,'  214,  263; 
Robert.  166,  167,  262.  30S,  313  ;  Wm.,  288  ; 
Sir  Wm..  2SS. 

Leadbetter,  Eli/,..  41. 

Leake,  Stephen  Martin.  259. 

Leanynge  (Leaneny),  Edward.  3S,  39. 

Lee  (Lees),  Dorothy,  128,  228  ;  Eldred  Lancelot, 
228;  Eliza  Christiana,  252;  Emily  Adelaide  _ 
Tytler,  252  ;  Frances,  16  ;  George  Arthur.  252  ; 
Joane,  108;  John.  108,  128  ;  Joseph,  165.  318  ; 
Kath.,  269  ;  Matilda,  165  ;  Rich.,  269  ;  VVm., 
16  ;  — ,  252. 

Leeds,   Duke  of,   111;    Frances,   301;  Wm. 

Clayton,  301. 
Lees.  Eliz.,  257  ;  Jas..  257  ;  Rich..  83  ;  Thos.,  257. 
Leigh.  Alice,  121  ;  John,  807  ;  Myles.  121. 
Lely,  Peter,  318. 

Lennox.  Alexander,  24  ;  Eliz.,  24. 
Lenthall.  Wm.,  190. 

Le  Power,  Margaret,  lOG  ;  Stephen,  106. 

Leslie,  Jane,  250  ;  Sir  Patrick,  250  ;  Wm..  250. 

L'Estrange,  Anne.  58  :  Sir  Nicholas.  58  ;  Roger, 
58  ;  Susanna.  58. 

Letts,  Amy.  75  ;  Charlotte,  75  ;  Egerton,  75  ; 
John,  75  ;  Sarienne,  75  :  Viola.  75. 

Leveson,  Jo,.  171  ;  Sir  John,  227  ;  Mary,  171; 
Nazareth.  227  ;  Thos..  171. 

Levet  (Levit).  Agnes.  313  ;  Allice.  IGG.  2G3,  .306. 
310  :  Amy,  211,  212.  308.  311  ;  Anne.''2n.  313  : 
Dorithie,  313 ;  Edward,  166,  263.  264.  265, 
309,  310,  313  :  Eliz..  264,  313  (2)  ;  Henry, 
166(3),  167.  211,  212.  307  (2).  308.  310.  311  (2); 
Joan,  165,  166,  167.  168,  211,  213.  307,311; 
John.  165.  166  (2),  1G7.  213.  262  (2).  263,  264, 
30(i,  307  (2),  309,  313;  Margaret. '  168,  307, 
314;  Oliver,  165.  168,  211.213.308;  Robert, 
212,  264,307  :  Sara.  2G5  :  Susan.  211;  Thos..  263.  1 

Lewen,  Jane.  21  :  John.  21  ;  Sarah  Jane.  25.  ' 

Lewknor,  Anne,  58  ;  Constance.  3  :  Ed..  106.  : 
107  ;   Sir  Edward.  58 :    Mabel,  293 ;  :\Iary, 
106,  107  :  Sir  Roger,  3,  293.  i 

Leycrofte,  Robt.,  111.  | 

Leyne,  Ann,  232  ;  Oath.,  232  ;  Eliz..  232  (2)  ;  | 
Jeremiah.  232  ;  Jeremy.  232 ;  Maurice.  232  •  ' 
Richard,  232.  '  \ 


Lincoln.  Isabella,  18;-  Jane,    IS;    John,  17; 

Robe,  18;  Wm.  Watson,  18. 
Lindsey   (T.yndsey).  Kath..  201  ;  Montague, 

Earl  of,  2ol  :  Samuel,  58  ;  Thomasiu,  58. 
Linen,  Janet,  223. 

Lilipescombe,  Joan,  168.  2G2.  314:  John,  li'.s. 
2r,l.  308  :  Margaret,  261,  263,  312  ;  Richard, 
2r,l.  262.  263,  264,  312  ;  Thomas,  168  ;  Walter. 
2t;4. 

Littleton,  Geo..  269  :  Sir  John.  2(;9  ;  Mary,  269. 
Litton.  Frances,  151  ;  Sir  Rowland,  37,  38  :  — , 
151. 

Lloyd  (Llwyd),  Angharad,  158  ;  Sir  Edward, 
159;  Eliz.,  181  :  Henry.  305  ;  Honor,  150  : 
John,  158  (2).  159  ;  Llewelyn.  158  ;  Margaret, 
150  ;  Martha,  159,  305  ;  Mary,  158  ;  Robt. 
Jones,  181  ;  Thos.,  150. 

Lock,  John.  174  ;  Miriabella,  174. 

Lockhart,  James,  48  :  Mary  Emelia,  48. 

Locton.  Kath.,  123  ;  Thos.,  123. 

Lodge,  297. 

Lodge.  Mary,  297  ;   Thomas,  297. 
Loker,  Wm..  39,  40. 

Longe,  Bernard,  306  (2)  ;    Dorithy,  312  :  Joan. 

306,  307. 
Longevyle,  Duke  of,  205. 
Longford,  Sir  John,  185;  Kath,,  185. 
Longhurst  (Longhurste),  Agnes,  261  (2);  Amy, 

309  ;  Edith.  308  :  Joan.  312  :   John,  261  (2)  ; 

Margaret,  261  (2)  ;    Richard.  265  ;  Robert, 

308  ;  Thomas.  312  ;  Walter,  265. 
Longwerth,  — ,  129. 

Lorimer  (Loriniier),  Eliz.  Hannah,  118  ;  .lames, 
256. 

Lorton,  Viscount,  31. 

Lotherington,  John,  18  :  Sarah,  18. 

Love,  Christian,  177  ;   Giles,  135  ;   Joane,  135  ; 

John,  135:    Nicholas,  135;    Richard,  177; 

Thomas,  135,  177. 
Loveday,  Eliz.,  183  ;  John,  183. 
LOVELL,  124. 

Lovell.  Lady  Alice,  125;    Lady  Anne,  125; 

Lady  Eliz..  124  :  Ellianor.  103  ;  Sir  Francis. 

125  ;  Sir  Thos,,  103,  124,  125, 
Lowe,  Ann,    42  ;    Francis,  224  ;    John.  42  ; 

Susanna,  224. 
Lowicke  (Lowycke),   Eliz..  265 ;    Joan.   310  ; 

John,  264  (2).  265,  310. 
Lowley,  Miles,  225  ;  Susanna.  225. 
Lowther.  Anne.  180  ;  Sir  Gerrard,  150  ;  ilargaret, 

150. 

Luck,  Edward,  126  ;  Frances,  126. 

Lucocke,  Agnes.  211,  260  (2).  261.  262.  263  ; 
Allice.  263  :  Dorithy.  261.  310  :  Edward.  262  ; 
Eliz,,  211.  212.  260  (2).  308,  311  ;  Ellvn.  260 
(2)  ;  Joan,  260  (2).  261  ;   John.  261  ;  julvan. 

309  ;  Margaret,  212  (2),  213.  308.  312  :  Marv, 
307;  Oliver,  262;  Richard,'21 1,  212  (2).  2f3 
(2),  260  (2).  261.  262  (3).  263.  264  (2).  309, 
311,312;  Robert.  264,  309  ;  Thomas.  212.  264  ; 
Walter,  260  (2),  261.  262.263,  264  ;  Wm..  264, 
309. 

Lucy,  'llo. 

Lucy,  Mary.  179  :  — .  179. 
Ludlam,  Sarah.  117. 
Lulfe.  Joan.  311. 

Lukin,  Dorothy.  59  (2)  :  Robt.,  59  ;  Wm..  59. 
Lumbert,  Eliz.,  155  :   Matthew,  155. 
Lumly,  Jo..  Lord,  141. 

Lumsden,  Clara  Emma,  25  (2)  :  Janet  or  Jessie, 
25  ;  John,  25  (2);  Miller  Bassett,  25  ;  Thos.,25. 


iis'DEX  OF  NAMES. 


539 


iiUndford,  Isabell.  140;  Wm..  140:  — ,  140. 
Luxford,  Anne.        ;  Chansred.  \oU  :  cico.,  130  ; 

Mary,  130  :  Eieli;ird.  130  :  Thos..  139. 
Ljchfeld,  Alj-ce,  17o  ;    Betryce.  170  :  Edward. 

17t> ;  Gregory,  iru  ;  Joane,  17u  Cl')  ;  I'lO-er 

17G  ;  \Vm.,  176. 
Lymor,  ilargery.  9. 
Lynch,  Wm!",  135. 

Lyne,  Agnes,  211,  313;  Dorithye.  314  ;  Eliz., 

309  ;  Geo..  213.  314  ;  Jean.  I'll  (2),  212  (3). 
■  214,311,312;  Joaue,  213  :  Kath.,214;  .Mary. 

212;  Symon.  211,312;  Thos..  124:  \Vm.,  211 

(2),  212  (2),  213,  214. 
Lynn  (Lynne),  Grace,  25S ;   John,  124.  253  ; 

Jone,  124  ;  Susan,  71  ;  Thomas,  71. 
Lyons,  Joane.  278  ;  John,  27S. 
Lyrret,  Adrian,  310  ;  .iu^hony,  310. 
Lyster,  Mary,  120;  — ,  120. 


M 

Mabancke,  Anne,  213,  266  (2),  267,  313  :  Eliz., 
313  ;  Jeames,  211,  264,  266,  267,  303.  310  (2). 
313;  Jean,  311.  3!2:  Joan,  308;  John,  168 
(2),  211,  212,  213,  264,  310.  311  ;  Margaret, 
168,  211,  212,  213,  311,  312:  Eychard.  267. 
307,  310  ;  Thomas.  212. 

JIcAlpin,  Gladys  Close,  32  ;  Wm.  Willet.  32. 

McCarthy  (M'Carthy).  Daniel,  233  :  Ellen,  232, 
233  ;  J ustin,  232  ;  Lucy,  233  ;  Samuel,  233  ; 
Samuel  Trant,  233. 

Mace,  Agnes,  222  ;  Ann.  38  (2)  ;  James,  38  (2)  ; 
Peter,  222  ;  Susanna,  38  (2). 

Macgillicuddy,  Ann,  232. 

McGrath,  Mary  Ellen,  52  ;  Nicholas.  52. 

Macinlay.  Jolm.  144. 

MACKENZIE.  223. 

Macltejizie,  223. 

Mackenzie,  Agnes.  223  ;  Alexander,  223  (3), 
224  ;  Alexander  Cam,  223  :  Anastasia,  225  ; 
Ann,  224  ;  Annabella,  223  (2)  ;  Arthur, 
224  (2)  ;  Dorothea  Parker,  225  ;  Eliz..  225  ; 
George,  223,  224  (4)  ;  George,  Earl  of  Sea- 
forth,  223  ;  Georgina  Susanna^  224  ;  Isobel, 
223  ;  James,  223  ;  Jane,  225  ;  Janet,  223  (2), 
Joanna,  225  ;  John,  223  (2)  ;  Magdalen.  223  ; 
Margaret,  223  ;  Mary,  223,  224  (3),  225  ; 
Mary  Stevens,  225  ;  Murdo,  223  ;  Murdock, 
223  (2)  ;  I  aulina.  225  ;  Peter,  224,  225  ; 
Eachael,  225  ;  Roderick,  223  :  Sarah.  225 
(2);  Susanna,  224;  Thomas,  223  (2)':  — 
223  (3). 

Maclean,  Alexander  Campbell,  196. 
McLellan,  Robt.,  45. 
ManMiirgh  5. 

Macnaghten,  Angus  C.  R.  S.,  35, 
McQueen.  Daniel.  46. 
Mcllobert.  Annie.  35  ;  John,  35. 
McTravers,  Mary,  181  ;  — ,  181. 
^IcWilliam,  Annie.  255. 
Madden,  Frances,  61  ;  PLobt.,  61. 
MAGEE,  231. 

Magee,  Bridgett,  231,  232  (2)  ;  David.  232  ; 
Ellen,  232  ;  George,  232  ;  Martha,  232  ;  Theo- 
bald, 231,  232  (2). 

Magwick,  Ann.  53  ;  Wm.,  53. 

Mahony.  Alice.  233  ;  Daniel.  233  (2)  ;  David 
233  ;  Mary,  233. 

Maidman  (Maidcman,  Maidmans,  Maydman) 
Agnes,  168  (2),  261,  309,  311,  312  (2)  ;  Allice, 


168;  Dorothy.  263,  309;  Eliz.,  307;  Henry 
2i;i,  265,  306,  307.  309;  312  ;  Jean,  313  ;  Joan, 
264;  John,  167,  263,  264,  265  (2),  307,  313  ; 
Kath.,  265,  309  ;  Lettis.  312  ;  Margery,  167  ■ 
Maude,  308  :  Nicholas.  1 67  ;  Kobt..  168  (2),' 
30S,  311  ;  Thomas,  168.  309  ;  \Vm.,'261.  308.' 
Maitland,  Alice  Anne,  49  ;  Geo.  Eam^^ay,  49. 
Makett,  Robert,  136. 
j\[almuiiu\  5. 
Manby,  l^llen  Jane,  76. 
Manchell,  John,  40. 
Mander,  — ,  153. 
Manfeid,  Jane,  97  ;  Robt..  97. 
Manning  (Mannyngj,  Anno,  65,  274  ;  Eleanor, 

65  ;  Joh)i,  274. 
Maunoke,  Audrey,  125;  ^\'m.,  125. 
Mausell  (ManseL  Maunsell).  Charles  A..  320; 
Eli/..,  100;  Fred.  Guy,  34  ;  Hilda  K.  J.  H.' 
34  ;  Jenkin,  320  ;  Joane.  219  ;  Sir  J(jhn,  320  - 
Sir  Rhys,  320  ;  Sir  Robert,  320.  ' 
Mansuer,  Eliz.,  58  ;  Henry,  58. 
Mapiesden,  Anne,  227  ;  Dorothy,  227  ;  Edward, 

227  (3)  ;  Eliz.,  227  ;  George,  227,  230. 
Marckant,  74. 
Marchbank,  Florence,  29. 
Slarche,  Margery,  312. 
Maicy.  4,  5. 

Marjoribauks.  Sir  John.  49  ;  Rachel,  49. 
Markham,  Eliz.,  281  ;  Margaret.  119;  Mathew, 

119  ;  Thos.,  281. 
Marsden,  — 258. 
Marshall,  5. 

Marshall,  Anne,  184;  George  W.,  82;  John. 
184. 

Martar  (Martir,  Martyr).  Alice.  211  ;  Edmund, 
211  ;  Eliz.,  263  ;  Joan,  261.  312  ;  John,  211  : 
Katharyne,  264;  Lawrence,  261,  263,  264, 
312  ;  Margaret,  261  ;  Margery,  313  ;  Thomas', 
313. 

Martial,  Henry,  205.  287  ;  Mirial.  205,  287. 
Martin  (ilarten,  Martyn ),    Agnes,  12,  311: 

Austin,  120;    Clara  Eliz.,  50:    Eliz.,  120; 

Henry,  311;  Joan.  312  (2);  John,  12,  70; 

Joyes,  70;   Juliane,    70;    Katherine,  266; 

Margaret,  266,  314  ;  Nicholas,  308;  Richard, 

12,  70,  266,  314;  Thomas,    70,  312;  Thos. 

Powney,  50  ;  — ,  250. 
Marwood,  Henry.  14  ;  Mary,  14  ;  Wm.,  14. 
MASCALL,  268.  ' 
Mascall,  268. 

Mascall,  Aggas,  269;  Dorothy,  269  ;  Edward. 

2r„s,  269  ;  Francis,  209  ;  John,  268.  26:)  (4)  ; 

Kath.,  269  ;  Nicholas,  269  (2)  ;  Richard,  268  :' 

Robt.,    269 ;   Rose,   269  ;  Thos.,  268,   269 ; 

Walter,  269. 
Mason,  Eliz.,  207  ;  John,  207, 
Massam,  John,  274. 
Massy,  Eliz.,  35  ;  John  C,  35. 
Master,  Eliz.,  164  ;  Richard,  164. 
Masters,  Robert,  271. 

Matheson,  Agnes,  223  ;  Murdock,  223;  Robt.,  22. 
Mathew,  Margaret,  7. 

Matthews,  Francis.  16  ;  John,  16  ;  Susannah,  10. 
Maunder,  James,  279.  2SiJ. 
Mau.ser,  Eliz.  Charlotter,  181  ;  Wm.,  181. 
Mawditt,  Eiiz.,  227  ;  — ,  227. 
Mawer,  Anne,  311;  John,  311;  Pleasaunce, 
311. 

Maxborne  (Maxbournc),  Anne,  266,  267  (2). 
268  ;  George,  260  ;  Joan,  268  ;  Richard,  266, 
207,  268. 


340 


■■  John,  lu 
10. 


Joim,  314  : 
'j  ;  James.  ;9,5  (2), 


Maxwel],  Maro-aret.  150 
May,  Ann,  -.3  ;  The.  -'lis 
Mayeotr,  Alyce.  10:  Eliz'  1 
ne  hlO;  liiohaa-d.-io-  U- 
-^lay heNve.  Thomas,  04  ' 
iuayie.  John,  10') 
iiaynard,  Jane,  '      ;  j^^^^ 

Mayo,  e  lement,  295  ;  Eliz.,  21 

Mead,  Susannah.  17  ■  _  17 

^  ^13  :  Boberte.  311  '''""•"^-^'i  ;  Ivatharine, 
■Mc'nce,  294. 

Mends,  George  B  C  4S    r  l  • 
Mercer,  Hu.h. tSh.t^^^A°ofTM''• 

fJ''^^'f"'(  of  the  Staple,  71 
Meredith,  John.  40  C') 
Meredyth  ap  3Iatthew  GocJi  53 

Merick,  Geliy.  130. 

Samuel,  295.  296  -  Thn-   .:.V-  ™cca,  296; 
296  •  _  29r  295 

J-e,  3;  Margaret.  3. 

2iSSte^i^H;.io3;jo.,io3, 

Middlcton,  ]4l'. 
Middleton    (iiyddle+nji^  r 

59  (2),  J4l\.Sce  14W^''^'  '"  ^^^^^ 

Kalph,  141  (2^    %i  Jo.vce,  141  (2)  • 

-  250.        ^  ^'  W.  141(23;' 

Milborne,  Robt  73 

Milburn,  Eliz..  jo.  ' 

Milford,  Eliz.  1.^5 

S^;^.^''^'^^^^-'^-  ^0.:l>iehard,106. 
Miller,  Agnes,  21.  '>o  24  •  Ai^ 

Cecilia,  22  ;  Eliz.,  ^4,  oV  m  ^2.  24  ; 

Fanny  25  ;  George.  110  I'abef %^^^'"/  ' 
or  Jessie,  25:  "^larv  oi    \r  "  '  •  ^^net 

Bo^-en,  31  •  ThoJ  V^U-  V','^^'  -'^  ■  O^msby 
2._  .  -tiio,..  21,  2o;  Wm.  SkeItoD,21 


I  (3) 


Mni»^i^:S"I;i^V^«i^'-^3i^^ 

Daniel.  194;  Eu'h?^^   ^^^^  "^^^"^  279  ; 
28"  (2);  Lucret'ia.1so:niarT';-i  ' 
^nn,  279  ;   Matthew,  2S0  ?27'  P 'h  •'  .^^o"^ 
Susannah,  270  r21  •  ^  Robert,  91  ; 

Wm.,  279  (3)  -''O  2S0 
Mitchell  (Micheil    MitobpT^  <. 
51  ;  BriWet.23j;  eS^I/       '  .^^^^'^^rd. 
son,  51  ;  Jane     (,o     T,i     '  McPher- 

Marg.,139;i5ar;^'^07f!^^46;'^j,.''^'  ^ 


i  Moliiieux.  Jlr  -^t;') 
!  M^^lliiis,  Abi-aif.  Tus  :  Geo  lOS 

;  Monox.  Ed^vard.  40  ('2) 
r  -Montague,  Chr  V]^ 

i  ^me  219:  ^ranc^  125  'jaueT^^^V^P^ 
I  2S;    Thos.,  l25!"^^^V2?'40 

Moorer,  Agnes,  310. 

'  M::gS^'^'^'^^J°^-3I0:Ju,yan.310: 
Mooseley,  John,  2C4  :  Mary  0.4 

--.^S7;'T^omi~^^^^ 

Morelrn,  Ricliard.  64 
3Iorewood.  Maria,  llf  ;  i,^^^..  ,,, 
Morgan,  149,  159         '  ^""^uei,  ii/. 

Morgan,  An'n   I'ln  •    \,  • 
2«1:    Con  vy  L?J3,/^  f,^^^"'  ^0^.  Bridget, 
Henry,  224  1  Jo"enh    r       ^1^'^^-^^^:  Sii^ 
Arthur,  159     M^ry  .^^^  '  I'^^-^'^^S^ 

Walter.  1,59  ^''■^  '    -^iios.,  149,  281  ; 

MOHGELL.2.3'> 

Hickson,  231  •    Sara    ^r.^'  To,  ' ^  ^^obt. 
,  231  :  Thos.,  231  (l)  -i^   'vC^'^i  Theodora, 

Morland,  Tho.,  318  '  ' 

2S6.      '  alter,  167,311; 

Morrison,  Robert,  237  •  —  -^q- 
Mort,  3lary,127;'  Wm'.,  127 
f  '^i-tivu  r  of  Altehurghe  •775 

Mount,  Charles  3Iilman  49-         v  ., 

Mountain,  Gertrude  M4a;e^fl5^.''j,„ 

21.  2.d:  Marearet,  21  9§    ''''' ,  James. 
Mountfurd,  103. 

(2).  309;  Margare     n  J  m  -«» 

J/w/z-o;,,  or  J/c;j//7„/,.  275 
■launro,  Sir  George,  223." 


I  / 


INDEX  OF  NAiAfES. 


-Murton  Archbishop'.  135.  ' 

Jlyllarcl  Joan.  3o^. 

-Mytchyaer,  Agues,  313  ;  Johu,  313. 

N 

Naldret,  Elioner.  213  •  Eli^  oio  .  r 

happen  Ann.  171  :  SirXath!  1  i  ' 
Xirbrongh,  Sir  John.  303 

Eiiz.,  119:  Kich.,  119. 
^aj^lcr,  Sir  Geo.,  29-1 

^'eat?ViS^°'^^^'2«^!    Wm.J.X.,48.  ' 
A-eilson,  Dr.:2.5I  ;  Isabella,  25] 
.Nelson,__Frances  Herbert,  ks  ;   Horatio,  Lord. 

^-X.  227.  230. 

Xettlefoulde,  wt"-,Vo9  ''''' 
■^eve,  John,  73 

Neyyll,  Eath.,  112;  Lord  Aber-avenay  li- 
-^_^t,L-diffate,  5.  301.  303  o^^enny,  11.. 

.   Aeu-diirate,  Uary.  303 

Newland,  John,  221. 
■^rrvman-,  78. 

Newman,  Abram,  77    7S    7".    a        -o  ^„ 

80  ;  .Mary  77  7^1    hi  '  ' » -=  John, 

^nvmarclf'o    '  ^  '  ^'^^  ;  Sara,  1G9. 

572;^^^V^°(^)=^--^-.2sa. 

Sj:S^n^rg^^^rf^^°^^^Vm.,302.  ' 
NISBET.  44.  ' 
jS'ubet,  44. 

''anderine"'^^'^-  Lockhart.  51  ;  Ale.. 
Catherine',  «^Ceci   P^r^^r  ^  r?1'"  '^'^  ' 

^te:^i^sj^>4^^^"HK""-^ 

4«  (2).  49.  51     Emma  D  h'^To 
45  (4);  Euphamia,  47;  Flora  f,'.  \'?P'^^'^- 
Courtenay,   51  :    Franc;s  He^^  t^  w^ 

51=  Harry  Curcis  5^?' HaV^^'c^'-'^r- 
Helen,  4ti  ;  Henry  Kingscote  49  fc.rh  / 
Josiah,  _4S;  Horatia  Woolwa  d  48  Hut'h 
Adair,  .ol  ;  James.  44  i-'  c\V  t  ° 

S2^4f45lX-™-^^^^ 

";ii^l^fS^--f /ohi;^°^' 

Mar^aret'Henr£:[^^:£^;^-.^(^; 


341 

■IS  ,•  Mary  Ann.  52  ;  Marv  Ellen   5-^  ■  ^Urv 

5)    ]^^  V   P'  l^°bt.  Archibald. 

W.'l^  '  Wb,  4S;  Selina  50- 

Halter,  io,  4(5,  47  (••■>")  44  V-'-i%i  \\ 

Am.,^E!iz.,43,ll7;  Mary:  78;  Thos.,  43.  1  77  ; 
Xoble,  — .  1  70. 

i  ^'^f^'""'-'^'  ^«  ■■  Gambier  Baptist 

i  s:;bt.i:a.25?^'"'''^'^*^'-'-^-^^^-^T^4 

Norden.  Anna.  293  ;  Samuel.  293. 

^orfo  k,  Bernard  Ed^vard,  Duke  of,  294  :  Duke 

ot,  2.)9  ;  Henry  Cha^    DuL-p  nf   loo  ^. 

Howard.  Duke  of.  20-V'  ' 
!  A"?'/rt;i(7'  or  Morland,  71. 

I  -^'orman.  Alice.  167  ■  FJdu-iv^  t,  ^    .  , 

.v«™  cxo„ej„,  4|rf., 


I  Oats,  Mary,  117. 

j  0;Connell,  Daniell,  233  .-  Eliz  ,  030 
I  U  Lonnor,  Eliza.,  233  •  _  03-^ 
Ocly-an,  Alice,  137;  Thorn.',  ThV. 

Offley  (Offley),  Dorothy.   39;   Eli.     36  ^7. 

i  0  Grady,  Dermot,  119  :  Faith.  119     '  " 
'  Okeman.  Abraham,  273;  .Jane,  273 
j  ^^^o7^^"'  ^°^^-Jer,  238;  John,  206;  Ursula. 
;  Oliver,  4. 

'  '^'i'udi;?':^.Tf^R°r*'^y'  '^^3'  John,  .309,  313; 

2«0,'3S''''''  '28;Sibin,  309;'ver; 
OIneye,  John  de,  183 
0-MaIley.  Eliz..  27.  31  :  Geo..  27 
Orde  hmma,  182;  John.  182.  ' 
Or^.ll  Andrew,3]9;  Dorothy.  319. 
^     rrfof.^O^/^'-  '-^^  I'hos.  Butler, 

Ormsby,  Mary.  27. 
Osborne,  John.  199. 
;  O  Sullivan,  Morty,  233 

:  Otway  (Oj^way   Otwaye),  Agnes,  212;  Anne, 

i  2%:s\\'Ti%f'  ■'      212 ;  wm^riij 


3-12 


MISCELLAKEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  SEEALDIOA. 


George^.  .04:  H^nrv^o;; 

o;  Robert.  :iI9;  Ur.ula.  liOJ;  U'l^ 


Pack.  Mary.  170;  Eev.  Dr..  179. 

Padfield  John,  17S:  Sarah,  178 
Pag-e,Alhce,  211.311  :  Jeame^  -'ll  SI  I  ■  m 

Pajrett,  Barbara.  24G  ;  James,  246  ' 
Paidge,  Rose.  314. 

Paine  (Payne).  Emily  Burton,  20  ;    Geo    -^'i  • 
Mrs.,  2SU;  Sarah.  296.  '  - 

Pairnie,  Mary,  24  ;  Tho«  .  •■'4 

Gilp<i  00  1  .  V;     '  "'^  =    '^Jr  Franc  s,  40  ■ 

SirS3;;;22?"^^''''^  Joseph,  41,  42,  23S; 
Pamplet.  Robert  ooj 

Papihou  (Papiland).  Grace.  106  ;  Wm  106 
MlZn-^?o^^T^^'^---  "0C270; 
177r\\^zi.   90/^^'""°"*^'  -'2;    Thomas,  92 

Pare,  Mary.  196';'  Peter.  196 

Parham,  John,108(2);  Judith,  108  ;  Sarah, 

Parke,  Jlichael.  095. 

Parker,  Ann,  2^9;   Eliz.,  138;  France.  IS-^ 
Henry.  206;  John,  138,  190  29^  t  f  ' 

138;  Mar'^arpt  T^S  \r  "  H  '  ^^hn, 
138  (2)  •  Sfr  N?c'h  2^  =  Matthew. 

190;  Walter  2U6  '  "  ^^^^^'^^ 

Parkhurst(Parkhurste).A"-nes  166  qio    in-  i 

aialSS-ifS' 

Katharine.  167  013  ^'-''5-  oiu  , 

261  ■  Richkrd  iTs  '  R  u"  -^^^'■graret.  214,  260, 
260  SfoTsv         '  -'H  (2),  260  261 

ife'll^oV.     '°'^^^'^'^^'30«'307;  Walter; 

Parkins,  Ellen,  1 75;  John,  175 
Parks,  Ann.  151. 
Parnell,  \Vm.,  12. 

Parnther,  Ann,  77-   Gen    77.    t  u 

r.r,r,An„..«;  Eli,,, 59,  J„I,„.  uj-  B.bl,  | 
I'acaon.       Person.  j 


J02:  iheophila,  248 
p"7\-s  pli''''''"^'  ''^^  '  ^^''cJiard,  313. 
Parys^A;;es._i23  C2).  124  (2)  :  Anne,  125,  126  ■ 

t^J^     oV  r^""'^''-  Dorothy,' 125 

La\\,iid.  123;  Eleanor,  123,  124.  125  ;  Eliz 
l-i  (2),  125  (2),  126  ;'  Emmie,  123  •  Ferdi" 
125C2).'i26;'fS. 
10?:  V°  l-^*>:  Henry,  123  (2):  Jane.  123. 
J  24  ,  .Teromma.  123  ;  John.  123.  124  p'tj  fov 
Jone,  124  ;  Kath.,  123  (2)  ;  Magdalene,  ^l^,' 
J-t),  -uargaret,  123,  124  10=;.  Ai..r  , 
123;  Mary.  m(2).'l25^y:J^eho^^^  l^^ 
Peter,  126:  Philip,  12.5,  loy  (■>•)■  s,>  I'hCiL' 

^ThT.'2lr'''        '  '^'^^'^^"f'  2l'6  ;  M.ary.  216  ; 

S^yl^d^^fi^^S:'"'  ' 
Paivlett,  .Sir  Richard.  40. 
I'awson,  Wm.  John  19 

Sc^P^^'?''"-      •-^i?h"d-        se,  also  Pierse. 

I  eck  Barbara,  247  ;  John.  247  :  Thos..  247 

Peckhara.  Grace,  141  ;  Henry,  141 

Pecocke,  Richard,  237. 

Peers,  Edyth.  92  ;  Eli/    ')o  .  fk-=  00  n 

92(2)  ;W  92  S-^^ui^  lj/r^^^f^- 
Pp    '  I'^^^^'-y-^-^'  Thomas,  92    Avi.,  92  (o)  ' 

Peg-ge,  Rev.  Mr..  238 

Pende.  Joan,  65  ;   Nicholas,  65  ; 
Ihouias,  65. 

Penkevill,  Anne.  174;  Peter.  174 
l  enn.  Prancis.  oj;, .  ^Vm.  249 
1  enneil,  Davies,  43  ;  Mary  43 
Penny,  Geo..  74  ;  Jane,  74  ;  Thom.as.  278 
Penrose,  Oliva,  180  ;  Wm.,  ISO 
Pensas,  Edward.  40. 
Penycod,  John,  3o6. 
Penynton.  John.  10 
Peppard.  Dulcibella,  30 
119. 

74,  278.  279. 

Pepys,  Charles,  74  :  Edith,  74  ;  Eliz    07s  • 

Paulina  K^^'   ' ^  =   Margaret,"  ; 

Pau  ina.  ,4  ;  Samuel.  74,  278:  Tho^    74  roi 

IeRUY  i7?'"'"*' 

Percy,  Alexander,  178.  180  rs"^  tji  .  ai 
St.  Jolm.  182  ;  Ancre  11  17.  •   1^  '  ^^Semon 
ifio.    I  J ' =  Anna  Mar'i-aret 

\ii        (•^);  Anthonv,  179  • 

Anthony,  178  :  Caroline  Mabei;  80  Path 
1-9  ;  Cath.  Elinor,  180;  Ch^rlott'p  ISO- 
Chichester  Charles,  181  ■  Chrift^hr  1  ^f"  j  u  ' 
182;  E.  Anne  M..  182  :  Edith  Fs'>Fr 
180(2,18,;EnnorJa2j^|;fl,l^^;,^^-;; 
181,  182:  Eliz.  Charlotte,  181-  EliV 
Georgma,  180;  Eliz.  Sophia  182..'  Ern^ly 
FrL  ces  TrTlsi^S  -Adelaide^'TS;' 

Ge:!|9'S/fi^?ii;^^^^'^-i5'!S: 
Geo.  Aalentine,  181;  Gervais  Robt  isi' 
&erv.a,sina  Henrietta,  181  ;  Gilbert  181  0  ' 
Gilbert  Francis.  182;  Harold  W  L  ] 80  .' 
Henry.  178  (2).  ISO.  181  (3)  ;  Hen  G  f    ^o  ! 

"r'jat"'  'k  -'  I'^lt  lsIbelM'aVy: 

I'M,  James.  1(8;   Jane  180  c  0-1  t 

Jonanna,  1/9;   John,  178,  179,  I80  (2),  181, 


Piobert,  65  ; 


Faith,  119  ;  Patrick, 


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INDEX  OP  NAMES. 


343 


1S2;  John  Ales..  ISO.  1S2  ;  John  Sam  .  179  ■ 
Johu  \\-m.,  ir<.;  Jon.s,  178.  170:  Lavinia'. 
l^U,  ibl  :  Letitia  Eleanor.  181  :  Letilia  'Marv 
180  ;  Lucy,  1.^0.  181  Ci)  ;  Lucy  Rebecca.  ISi  : 
Marcella.  I  si  (2)  :  Maria  Eiiz.  Clar-es,  181  : 
Marianne,  17;< ;  Mary,  178,  17U  (.->),  ISO.  ISl  : 
r"-''  l'-'  ;    -^lary  V.  S.,  I, ^2;  Muriel, 

KSL> ;  Olivia.  1,80  :  Rebecca,  179  (2)  ;  Richard. 
I'J-  (2);  Ricu.  John,  182:  Robe  178  C>) 
171);  Robt.  H.  Ct..  182  ;  Rob:.  Jones  Lloyd, 
162  :  S.irah,  178.  17i)  (.5)  ;  Sarah  Jane.  182  ; 
busan  Emma,  182;  Susanna  Maria,  180  : 
Uiihelmina  Anne.  ISO;  Wm..  17S)  (••>)  ISO- 
Wm.  Alex..  181;  Wm.  P,u.she.  181  ;  W'm' 
tlarges,  ISO:  Wm.  Digby,  182;  Wm.  Parsons. 
180  :  —ISO  (.S). 

Pereson,  st-e  Pierson. 

Perkins.  Jone.  215  ;   ,  215. 

Perot.  80. 

Perot,  Dorothy,  SG  ;  John.  86  (2)  ;  Robt..  SC 
Pershall,  Jane,  ISS,  244,  283  ;   Xhos.,  188,  244. 

283.  '  ' 

Person   (Parson),  .Acrnes.   212:    .Allice,  168; 

Anne.  2i;2  :  Hartholomewe,  1(58  (2).  212.  307, 

309;    Jean,  308  :    Joan.  168  (2).  311  ;  John. 

262;  Margery.  307  ;  Richard.  311  ;  Thomasin. 

212  ;  Water.  IfiS. 
Pert.  Edward.  8.5  ;  Eliz.,  85. 
Peter,  Dorithie,  262.  314  ;  Eliz..  2G3.  281  :  Joan. 

261,  312:  John,  264;   Walter,  261  262, 

263,  264,  312.  ^  ^ 

Peters,  George.  78. 
Peterson.  Aggas,  269  ;  Robt.,  269. 
Petit,  102. 

Petit  (Pettit.  Petytt),  Alice.  10,  11  (2)  •  Beue- 
dicta,  11  ;  Eliz.,  103  ;  Henry.  222:  Hugh,  SO; 
Jo.,  103:  John.  10.  65,  222  (2j  :  Maro-aret 
222;  Peter,  80;  Thomas,  11  (2),°222; 
Xtopher.  65. 

Petle,  Sir  Dunstan.  315. 

Petre.  Wm..  Lord.  281. 

Petula,  Wm..  39. 

Phibbs,  Rebecca.  27:  Wm..  27. 

Phillipot  (Philipot).  Hen..  293  :  John,  2  ;  Par- 
nell.  293  ;  Wm..  293 

Phillips^  158. 

Phillips.  Cath..  153;  David,  15S  :  Eliz..  158: 
Gwylym,  loS;  Mary.  158  ;  Sarah,  229  •  Th  '^-'9 
Philpot  (Phylpot).  John.  92  ;  Thomas,  •'21'"  ' 
Piddocke.  J.,  239. 
Pierpont.  4. 

Pierse.  Bennet.293  :  The.  293  :  .^rr  rdso  Pearce 
Pierson  (Pereson).  Ann,  14  ;  Ellin. 311  ;  Jeames 

311  ;  John.  14. 
Pigeon,  Kath.,  58  ;  Thos.,  58. 
Pilkington,  George.  23S  :  Jane.  238 
Pillfoulde,  Agnes.  313. 
Pimp.  Ann.  54  ;  Reginald,  54. 
Pinnele,  Sir  Robert,  8. 
Pinto,  131. 

Pitches,  Ann,  79  ;  .Sarah,  78  ;  Thoma.s  79 

Plandon,  Mary,  57  :  Robt.,  57. 

Plant.  Ann.  232  ;  Charlotte.  232  ;  Jane  "S-^  (3)  • 

John  Floyd,  232  ;  Mary,  232  ;  Samuel,  232  • 

Sophia.  232  :  Wm.,  232  (•^). 
Plantagenet,   Joan,   131  ;  ^Thomas,  Duke  of 

Gloucester,  131. 
Pltijddl,  87. 

Pleydell  (Pleydall).  Dorothy.  205.  287  •  John 
283;  .Margaret,  87,  245  ;  Oliver,  245  ;  Richard' 
87,  205,  287.  ' 


Plompton.  Eliz.,  11  ;  John,  11. 
Plott.  Eliz.,  132  ;  Richard.  1.32. ' 
PUimer,  Hester.  154  :  Robt.,  154. 
Plumton,  — .  129. 

Pluuket  (Plunkett).  Alex.ander,  63  ;  Charity, 

63  :  Jane,  56  ;  Patrick.  56. 
Pocok,  John,  12  ;  Margaret,  12. 
Poe,  Sarah.  179  :  Wm.,  179. 
Pointz.  Robt.,  96  :  Sibell,  96. 
Polhill.  Anne.  91  :   Beatrice.  91  ,-   ("'has    159  • 

David.  284  ;  Eliz..  91.  284  ;  Jolm,  91  ;  Julian', 

91  ;  Katherine,  91  ;  Robert.  91  ;  Stephen.  91  • 

Thomas.  91  (2). 
Pomell.  Dorithy,  313. 
Ponter,  sec  Pounter. 

Ponton,  Grizel  or  Grace.  47  :  Mun^^o,  47. 
Poayngfolde,  Joan.  313. 

Poole.  Cicely.  188,  245.  282  ;  Ed\vard.  98  245  • 
Eleanor,  189;  Eliz..  246  :  Eliz.  Havhurst,' 
224  ;  Sir  Giles.  245:  Henry,  188.  245  (2) 
282  ;  Sir  Henry,  98, 1S9  ;  Kath..  98  ;  Samuel' 
224  :  Thos.,  100  ;  Wm..  246. 

Porcelli.  Alfred,  251  :  Effie  Constance,  251 

Porter,  Honour,  312. 

Porterfield.  Charlotte.  46  ;  John.  46. 

Portrif  (Portriffe),  Martraret,  226,  230 

Portsmouth.  Earl  of.  1(^4. 

Portugal.  130. 

Pockyn,  Joane,  219  ;  John,  219.  ' 
Potman.  Richard,  315. 

Potter,  Eliz.,  146:    Jane  Cach.  Caroline.  182- 

Joseph,  182  ;  Thos.,  146. 
Potterton,  Sarah.  28.  ' 

Potts,  Edward  Bagnall,  303  ;  Kath.  Sarah,  303 
Potyn,  Lsabell,  136;   Joane,  136;   John.  136- 

Richard,  136  ;  Stephen.  136  :  Thomas.  136.  ' 
Pounter  (Ponter,  Pountar.  Punter).  John,  263  • 

Thomas,  263  ;  Wm.,  262  (2),  263  (■>)  ' 
Povah,  Alfred.  144;    Rev.  Alfreii.  193  194- 

John;  194;  Mary  Ann,  193. 
POWELL,  53. 
,  Poivell,  53. 

I  PoNvell,  Alice.  53,  54;  Betty.  80;  Eliz  54- 
;  Francess,  54  ;  Griffith  ap  Howell.  53  ;  John 
i      ap  Howell,  53,  54  ;  Mary,  54  ;  Meredith.  53  • 

Nathaniel,  54  ;  Rose.  53  ;  Sara,  54  (■') 
j  Poyshe,  Agnes.  270:   Christian.' 2 7n 7  Vlenry 
270;    Joane,  270;   John,  270  ;   Peter  27o  • 
Roger,  270  ;  Wm.,  270.  ' 
Pratt,  Sir  Henry,  189. 
Prentofte,  Thos.,  73. 
Prescott,  Mr.,  279. 
j  Pressey.  Mistris,  38. 
Preston,  Agnes,  302  ;  Jane  Octavia,  30'^  •  Thos 
302. 

Price,    Dorothy   Melicent,  29  ;    Honor.   1.50  • 

Howel  Evans,  29. 
Primrose.  John,  233. 
Proppechaunte.  Alan,  68  ;  Joane  68 
Proud,  Thos.  17. 
Proven,  Emilia,  46. 
Pryser,  John,  66. 
Pulman,  James,  122. 

Punter  (Puntar),  Eliz..  261,  313:  Joan,  31'>  • 
John,  3U9  ;  Margery,  261  ;  ThoniHS.  3o9  '• 
\\  alter,  264  ;  Wm..  261.  264,  308  (2).  310,  Sls' 

Purches.  Wm.,  40. 

Purefoy, Anne,  186;  Edward,  186:  George  190 
Purnell.  John.  248  :  3rary,  248.  =•  ■  ■ 

Purvis,  Geo..  19  ;  Hannah,  19.  ' 
Pusey,  Eleanor,  98  ;  Wm.,  98. 


^ygot,  Francis,  l.^p 
iVtts.  .Anno,  2uS  ;  James,  20S 


Quarles,  Benedict  la^ 
guarwr.  John.--,,,,  j^jj^j^  , 

Quuihn,  Francis  W  U       ■  v 
34.  ■  '  Henrietta  E.  A.  C, 


Rabbets,  Joan.  314 
hadcliffe  Eleanor, '124 
Rake.  John,  273  ;  §aintz,  ■> 
liamsay  (Ramsey).   BeneV  si- 

Richard.  315-  s^.^h  Ar  -  •' •  ^^''^v  ; 
nandoif,  Alice.  <Jl  ■   Eliz    qi  .  r 

Joan,  73.  91-    John    oV  r  U    ^'"y^i'i.   -''l  ; 

Thomas  91     '  '  ^'Obert,  91 

W^So^^J^;?-^-^f^SirJohn,27. 

>-'6;  ifa^dalen  T'o  '-''n  John. 

Rev.  R.  B    90^  -l;  -^W-  ^^y.-  3rrs..  226; 

229.  '  J2«;  Thos.  Eobt 

Rawdon,  Dorothy,  154  ;   George    o  ^  •  n 

Haldron,  224;  Hestf>r  i^i^^s  '  '^race 

_  lo4(2);'MaryTabS  'o^'^ '  ^'^™duke,  i 
Kawlinson.  Daniel  113  iii    n      ^-l  \ 

Robt.,  1 13  ;  Thos    ■  3  n  i    u-°f ^  l'^.  1 1  ^ ;  ■ 
Walter.  78  79      '      '       '  ^^^^^^r,  lis  :  si; 
Jiai/,  113.     '     ■  : 
Ray.  Ann,  33:  Cath    n^:  ii; 

Thog.,  201  :  —  201  '  ^'  '    ^'^r  | 


Khodes,  Anne  Do«-nc  '^■•>o  •  ti 

Hiccard.  Andrew,  m  "m  .^5°"^^'  'P' 

l^iohards  (E  -iai^O  ^Geo  "e'  I'-i  -V"^""  ,  , 
I  ""'2?^^°"'  ^----^  Juliana,  7;  Wm.,  30 
Ridar.  Francis  13^    apm     /  — •  l'";. 

R'S-ht,  Charles.  83 

^'2;  Joan.'iei.'IS^'^^'^  f:,3.2;  Henr>: 
John,  166.  Ifw^n  97- ,  '^^l-  ;^!2; 


2.;i(2),  2b    9,3-  3'.^•   John.  167 

309;'  Katherine  -rS^/^^f  ^-)-  '^OS  (2) 
167(2)    168  /A   9  ■^'''■-''''■^t,    166  (9) 

266;3i7,  ?i,Hl9  'v  ^\r'-'C^')-  2U.  26i: 
307;  Richard.  212  ^mV..//",7;  V'?'  '^'^'^^r' 
309;  Wm.,  214.  265,-310^'^'  -«3'  ^^^^ 

±icdinghiir/it.  h 

""Ssfr"    ^^^"^  Johanna,  6; 

Regrge,  Richard.  177 

Reid,  Dennis.  22:,  ;  ilarv  •>.,- 

Keinds,  Anna  3Iaria  9,^4  ■.TvV,,-  , 

Relph.  John  7'-;     ^' "'^^  '     iHielma,  284. 

Ill-re,  141. 

'^^.^m;?J',-V:^^-if-  >^i^  Eli...  1,,^ 

HirU-ait;r.T4i  1^1(2):  Tho.,' 

Reymes.  Eliz..  119. j,,, 

Reynel,  Anna.  2S6  ■  eHz  Vop  1 
Reynea,  Jlargaret,  3  •  Wm  "3  ' 


Joh.n,166,  I67f^>V  9:-  ;.,.-p' Jf^-  3!2, 
Julian,  312    KV/h     ,v  307.309.310 
^       313  ;  Seb^Wian  •:t.9  t'^'         310.  312' 

:  RobarUlaTtte  9?  -  ^^"^••214,260,262,319 
\  ROBERTS,  140 
lioherts,  140 

:      Margar..  14.S;  Mary  ^ucW^^'  ^oi-d.  253 
'      l-f"  (2)    Walter  iTo    Iv  ^-^"^  ^  Thos., 

:  Robert;:  Cale^.%V'  bali""'  4I '  7' 

Janet.2.50;Jrary.3^  = 

Helien^.  ?r  /ohn^?'-'  if  =  ^lisha.  2:4  , 
'  ^  306;  Thomas  itr  '  "        '  ^^^W- 

^^2  Lucy,'5^^;t^^,:^-- 
Roby,  Judith,  128  ;  Wm   1 90 

Rocke,  Wm.,  Juur.  so.  WO  ■ 
Rocker.  Alice,  311  ' 

2o?ES'^;jJ?-^"^^^'^-^es.304. 

'^^.^?s;:^rti?^^Er^-f^--e. 

R4^^l!ai=^Y-^  ''''^•• 
U1,'314;  JaVn  ■•  John, 
Thoma.s,  is5         '      '   ^^^rgaret,  185.  312; 
Rokes.  Thos..  132  (2) 
Rolfe,  John.  70. 
Rolles,  Jasper,  40. 
Eomsey,  Joan.  307 
Rooper,  Alicia.  177 
315  :   Johanne,  31 


Benedict.  177:  Benet, 
Julin,    177   (2).  . 


i'o.^s.  Adelaide  Ann,  25 1':  riu<rh  or, 
Rous,  Joane,  96;  Thos,,  96.' 


i'NDEX  OP  NAMES. 


l^oycToit.  Gilbert,  S->  "  ' 
^udd,  Kath..  123  :  Thos.,  123 

P  ""1''^°^°^  -'^^  ;  Mary,  204 
liufford,  Wm.,  141.  ' 
Rumsey.  Syrnon.  306 

H ''1?^  tT^'^'  L^"^".  Robert 

14,  22J  ;  Thomas,  230  ;  —  2->0  -^ODert, 

Rust,  3Iary.  164;  ' 

Eutter,  Ldward,  176:  Joane.  176 

Ruytmck,  Simeon.  152 

Ryder,  Charity.  62. 

R.>-e,  Walter.  3V)3 

Rylands,  J.  Paui;  joj,  jg^,  259,  294,  319  ;  ^V.  H. 
Rj'Ie,  James,  301 
Rvley,  George,  2S4  ;  Wm.,  250 
Rymer,  John.  14,  16;  Sarah,  14  IG 
Ryngwode,  Thomas,  95  (2) 
Ryse,  John,  135. 


3J.5 


Sabbe,  Alex..  221  •  AIvpp  ooi  .  v^ 
Robert.  221  •  Siion  oo,  "ll  ^^l^^ence,  221 

.      Saffin,  Alice.  53    -  ^3  ^       '  ^"^^''y' 

Samj>ton,  173. 

&mpton.  Ao:nes,  173. 

Samuel,  Richard,  109. 

Sanders,  Mary,  230, 

Sanderson.  ..\nn,  19-  Esther  M  .  xr 

Sandes,  John,  214  (3), ''60  r->^  30<  ^no    -ir  , 
Sandev,  — ,  ]->9 

132;  Thos,, 

^'"22^;'-  00^'^°''^'  289  ;  \Vm„ 

'Taduf^^''  ^-^^-7-   283;  Ed' 

Sawer,  Joan,  57;  John,  57 

ScaSlmelia  1  g:  ^14  ;  Thomas,  309!  ^ 

Scarborough,  Earl  of  '>59 

Scat^rgood,  John,  199;  Margery,  198  ;  Richard,  | 
Schneeberg,  Count,  250  ;  Eliz  ''50  ! 
Schnmshar,  Mrs.,  160  '-  -^'J'  | 

g"Jf"CScocher),  Agnes,  31 1(2).  ' 

Frances.  i79;HSSf,0fef;-^^ 
^OL.  II.,  SERIES  V. 


Scranton,Julian,230:  tE"s  '3    '  ~ 
&crogg,e,  Eupham,  45  :  John,  45 
■5croggs,  Anne,  luo  (3)  •  KKv  l,,,w.)^ 
^  100  (4)  ;  Sir  Wm.,Sou  (  ' r'"  ™v 

Searlv,,  J„„e,  9  ,■  'vV»  ?  ' 

Semon,  Joan.  307. 
Seward,  \Vm.,  78.' 
Sewer,  Agnes.  268  ;  Allicp  oi  i  .  a 
261,  310  ;  Anne,  4o    EhI  >n"^T 
,      260  ;   John,  268:    M;r^S:t-  3'Sr's1!>^' 
Mylicent,  310:   Olvver    -'rt- ,  tI       '  "^'^  ; 
^  213,  214  (2),  260,  2?i;26S       '  "1'' 
j  Sexten,  Thomas.  306 

;:  J?:°;^^^r33f^S'r^-^omer- 

!  shakpe:  /^r^^"' 

Sharpe  (Sharp),  Agnes,  137  ;    Alice  1^- 
Anne,  137;   Brido-et    iS"      n  ^'^^  ■■ 

I      Kdmond,  137  :   Efif'  if/  ■ 

I  Sharpies.  Eliz..  55 

Sheffeild.  Margaret,  7  ;  Wm..  7 
She.r,ocke,Joan.l67;  Margaret,  167;  Richard, 
Shelborne,  Amy  39 
SHELDOX,  2.S1 

'^;^r'c;^::St^'^^^-t^-4  Caroline, 
210;   Edwanl.281  "^ik,  S  % 

2  0';  Geo  o;^^'^^ '  /ranees  Mat'ilda 
Luc;  Ca?h  i  0-  v'^''  ^''^^  ^^^^-^  281 
Mary  28     '  ^Hliin    ^fP'"^  210 


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MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGICA  ET  HERALDICA. 


SHELLEY.  102.  lot.  | 
Shelley,  102. 

Shelley,  Alice.  103  ;  Beatrix,  103  ;  Uenjamin,  ' 
KH  ;  Sir  Chas.,  104  ;  Christian,  lOi  (2)  ;  i 
Edward,  103:  Eliz..  103  (3),  ln4  (.3); 
Elliauor.  103  :  Henry.  283  ;  Jane.  103  ;  John. 
103  (4),  104  (3)  ;  Sir  John,  103  (2)  ;  Mary, 
103,  104  (2).  205,  2S3  ;  Richard,  103  :  Robt., 
103  ;  Thos..  205  ;  Sir  Thos.,  103  ;  \Ym.,  103  ; 
Sir  Wm.,  103  (2),  104. 

Sheppard.  Ann.  317  ;  Eliz.,  oS  ;  John.  5S  ;  Mary, 
317  ;  Nicholas,  317. 

Sherston,  Edith  Adelaide,  252 ;  John,  252  ; 
John  Resriuald  Vivian,  252. 

Sherwood,  Adela  Mary,  233  ;  Fredk..  233  ;  — , 
233. 

Shewell,  Jane,  232  ;  — .  232. 
Shilford,  Con  stance,  183  ;  Eliz.,  183  ;   John  de. 
1S3. 

Shinton,  Jane,  01. 

Shirley  (Scherly,  Shirlie,  Shurley),  Eliz.,  212  ; 

Grace,  293;   Mary,  212;    Thomas,  SO.  293  ; 

Wm.,  212,  307. 
Shornton.  B..  2o0. 

Shorts  (Shortt),  Ag'nes.  134  ;  Anne.  134  ;  Eliz., 
134;  Flora.  51;  Peter,  134  ;  Stephen,  134  : 
Thomas.  134. 

SHORTLXG,  299. 

Shorting,  299. 

Shorting  (Shortyng),  Agnes.  302.  301 ;  Alice 
Frances,  302  ;  Alys,  299  ;  Anne,  300  (G),  301 
(3),  303,  304  ;  Avis.  299,  300  ;  Barbara  Jean. 
303  ;  Charles,  301  ;'  Chas.  E.  X.,  302  ;  Chas. 
G.  H.,  302  ;•  Christopher,  299  ;  Clemency,  300  ; 
Cloudisly,  3o0 ;  Constance  Emily,  303  ; 
Constance  M.  A.  302:  Edith  Kath.,  302; 
Edward,  305  ;  Eliz..  300  (2).  301  (2).  3o4  (2), 
305  (2)  ;  Eliz.  Harriot.  301  :  Emily  .Margaret, 
.  302  ;  Emily  Mary,  302  ;  Ernest  H.  H..  303  ; 
Ernest  Waiter,  299,  302  ;  Frances,  301,  305  ; 
Francis  Harvey,  303  :  Georg-e,  300  (2)  ; 
George  Edgar,  303  ;  Geo.  Herbert  C.  303  ; 
Grace.  304  ;  Gwynedd  Florence,  303  ;  Henrv, 
800,  301  (2)  :  Henry  Francis.  302  ;  Plerbert 
John,  303  ;  Herbert  Stewart,  302  :  Hester. 
300 ;   Hester  Agnes,  302  ;   Horace  Arthur, 

302  ;  Ida  Evelyn,  303  ;  Jahome,  301  ;  James, 
299,  300  ;  Joan.  300  ;  John,  299  (2).  300,  3ol, 
303,  304  (2)  :  John  Carl,  303  ;   Kath.  Sarah. 

303  ;    Leslie   Walter,  303 ;    Margaret.  301, 
305  ;  Margaret  Agnes.  303  ;  Margaret  Edith 
Lillian,  302  :  Margaret  Ethel.  302  :  Martha. 
305  ;  Mary,  300.  301,  305  :  Mary  Eliz.,  3o2  ; 
Mary  Kath.,  Sn3  ;  Matthew,  304  ;  Nathaniel,  | 
301  :   Peter.  299  (2)  :  Richard,  305  ;  Robert, 
300  (2).  301.  303  (2),  304  (3),  305  :    Roger.  ' 
305;   Sarah,  301  (2);     Shovell,  300.  .-inl  :  ; 
Steven,  299  ;   Susan,  304  ;   Susan  Eliz.,  3o:i  : 
Susan  Jane,  302  ;  Susannah.  305  ;  Thomas. 
299  (2).  300  (3).  304  (2).  305  (2)  ;  Ursula! 
300 ;    Walter,   305 ;    Wilfrid  Lionel,   303  ; 
Wm.,  300. 

Shovell,  Sir  Cloudesley.  300.  303  :  Dame  Eliz.. 
303. 

Shrewsbury,  John.  Earl  of,  95,  131. 

Shrimpton,  Eliz..  3s  ;    .Margaret.  38  (2).  39.  40  ;  | 

Michael,  38,  39.  40  :  Wm.,  38.  39. 
Shuddc,  Anne.  311  ;  John,  307.  311.  i 
Sicklemore,  Jame.>.  8G  ;  Mary.  8fi. 
Sidney  (Sydney),  Beatrice,  lOG  ;   Isabel,  106  ; 

Jo.,  106  ;  Jone,  lOC  ;  Wm.,  106.  j 


Silver,  Joue,  140  ;  — .  140. 

Simonson,  Peter,  19  ;  — ,  19. 

Simpson  (Synipson'),  John,  108,  278  ;  Rev.  Mr., 

38  ;  Susan,  71  ;  Thomas,  71. 
Skelton,  Arabella,  25  :   Fanny,  25  ;    Wm..  25  ; 

Skene,  Barbara.  250  :  John.  250. 
Skerne.  Bridget,  98  ;  Kobert,  L'8. 
SlnjiiHcr.  G. 

Skinner  (Skyuuer),  George,  241  ;  Joan,  211  (2), 

212  (2),  213,  312  ;  John,  211  ;  Mariraret,  212  ; 

Martha,  205,  241  ;   Mary,  75  ;   Robert.  212; 

Thomas,  211  (3),  212  (2),  213,  312  ;  Walter, 

213;  Wm.,  205,  241. 
Slaney,  Alice,  154  ;  John,  151 ;   Lady,  Hi  ;  — 

293. 

Slarkes  (Slarcke.  Slarckes,  Slarcks).  Anthony, 
1G8,  212.  213,  214,266.  308  :  Edward.  213.  266, 
267;  Eliz.,  168,  212,  213,214.  313  ;  John,  168, 
214,  264,  265,  308,  309  :  Katharine,  265 ; 
Mary.  212  ;  Robert,  267  ;  Thomas.  264,  309. 

Slifeild,  Thomas.  6  ;  — ,  6. 

Slingsby,  Sir  Francis.  119  ;  Kath.,  119. 

Sloman.  Ann,  225. 

Slow.  173. 

Slow,  Eliz..  173  :  .Jo.,  173. 
Slyveil.  John,  310, 

Small  (Smalle).  Joan,  310,  312  ;  Robert,  312. 

SMITH  (SMYTH),  269. 

Smith  QSmi/th),  87,  89.  166,  269. 

Smith  (Smithe,  Smyth,  Smyohe),  Agnes.  23  ; 
Alexander,  116;  Alice,  324,  312;  Anne.  61, 
88,  89,  269  ;  Sir  Charles,  88  ;  Christian.  23  ; 
Clement  Taylor,  8  ;  David,  23  ;  Dorothy.  269  ; 
Sir  Edward,  8S  (2)  ;  Eleanor,  87  (2)  ;  Eliz., 
38,  50.  86,  129.  23S  ;  Lady  Eliz..  88  :  Geo., 
87  ;  Grace  Waldron,  224  ;  Henry  Curtis,  50  ; 
Isabel,  23  ;  Jane,  17  ;  Lady  Jane,  88  ;  Jerome, 
312;  Sir  Jo.,  269;  John,  121:  Lady,  38; 
Lucy,  78,  79  :  Margar.,  215  ;  Marion.  23  ; 
Mary,  23  (2).  164,269  ;  3Iary  Ann  Thompson, 
116;  Mr.,  152;  Richard.  78,  129,  269;  Sir 
Richard.  38;  Robt.,  17  (2),  272;  Sister,  40  ; 
Symon.  153  ;  Thos..  23  (2),  86  ;  W.  P.  Haskett, 
226  ;  Sir  Walter.  269  ;  — .  40,  215.  296  (2). 

Smitheot,  Bartholomew,  222. 

Smithsby,  Eliz.,  59  ;  Thos..  59. 

Smyther,  Annable,  313  ;  John,  264  (2). 

Snapall.  Hanna,  266,  310  ;  Peter,  266. 

Snell,  Charles  Dashwood,  302  ;  Edith  Kath.. 
302  ;  Francis,  302. 

SnelHuf},  2. 

Sneyd.  Susanna.  85  ;  Wm.,  85. 
Snowball.  Sarah,  15. 

Snowdon,  Mary,  14  ;  Robt..  14  ;  Sarah,  15. 
Soame.  Sir  Stephen.  191  ;  Susanna,  lit]. 
Soden,  Mary,  .-;13. 

Somerset,    Edward.    Dnke  of.    100  ;  nl.ui 

Seymour. 
Sommer.  Aiice,  :;12. 
Sorrell,  Dorothy.  5S  ;  John,  58. 
Southbury  aliux  Fettiplace,  John,  91  (2). 
Southey,  Eliz.,  189  ;  John,  189(2). 
Southland,  Agnes.  11  ;  Alice,  II  :   John.  11 

(2);  Marion,  11  :  Robert,  11. 
Siiuza.  131. 

Speed  (Speede),  Eli-;..  310  ;  Thus.,  109. 
Spencer,  Jo..  171  (2);  -Mary,  171. 
Spier,  Richard,  40. 

Spilling,  Eliz.,  85  ;  John,  38  ;  Mary.  161  ; 
Richard,  161. 


INDEX  OP  NAMES. 


347 


I.ncy.  ^2■^^^  : 
;  Theobald. 


^^Mnn^TG^'°™''''■  If'^  '•  John,  3S  ; 

Spoile".  ilnrirarer,  .">; 
SPOTS  WOOD.  2:^->  " 

Spotswood.  Alice  233;  Calh..  233:  Christian 
~p  ;  I- rancid.  232  :  John,  ; 

Spring-,  Agnes.  124  ;  Robt  ]-^4 
Sprins-etc.  .Fohn.  114 
Spur-eon,  Harv.  3oi  ;  Richard,  30] 
Spynwell,  Marv.  1.53.  '    '  ' 

Sqiiire  (Squyre),  Col., 2.51;  Ellen,  2.51;  Roger, 

Stace  Ajrnes.  70  ;  Aris,  70  :  .Joane.  70  ;  .John 
Stafford.  Anne.  2S.?;  Bridsrefc,  20.5,  957  -  Ohirlp^ 

Staines,  Lady  Sarah.  IG4  ;  Sir  Tho^  104 

Stambnry,  Eliz..  I.57. 

Stamford.  Clara  Emma,  25;  Robfc..  1  !)S 

C'tanbndge,  Joane.  273. 

Standfast.  -Ahiriel.  1,S2  ■  \oe  lS--> 

STANDISH.  U'x'  '  • 

Standish.  Ann,  119;  Anne  Eliz..  63,  l->0  • 
Ausmn  120  :  Cath..  110.  12O:  Edward  9  • 
Ehz.,   liy  (2),   120  (3):    Faith,    119  (3): 

To  ^       "^"'"P^''  ^^tb"  11^^;  Maro-aret 

119;  Mamn,  1,53(2):  Mary.  119(2),ioo 

lon  ro^  ^f°\t?ofery,  120:  Richard.  30,  (5.3 
120(2);    Richard  Xash.  120:   Thos  ion. 

J'lf-T^^'''  '^''ilentine,  120  ;  Wm.:'l2o"  ' 
Stanefield,  Jame^  -tOC, 
STANLEY,  .53. 
Stajiley,  53. 

Stanley,  Ann,  53  ;    Edward,    53  T^)  ■  Henrv 
53  (2)  ;  Martha.  53  ;  Nicholas,  4  Phillip 
o3  ;  Richard.  53  ;  Wm..  53  (•^)       '  """""W' 

Stapleg-ate.  .Jane.  271  (2)  ;  Robt  •■'7] 

Stapleton.  Thoma.s.  237 

STAPLEY.  292. 

Stapley,  292.  '  - 

^*5PJ/^,(S*^''^P'^>  23:^  (B)  :  Anthony,  292, 

293  (3)  ;  Bennett.  293  ;  Eliz..  293  ;  Grace 
293  ;  Joane.  293  ;  John.  293  (3);  Mabel  '93 
Mar-.,  293  :  Wm..  293  ;  -  293  '  ' 

Starkey  (Starkie).  Alexander.  174;  Anne  IfiO 
1-4;  Ehz.  174  ;  Henry,  200:  Jone.  174(2): 
M^,   m^;  ^  Mathew,   174;     Nich.,  U\ 

Statham,  Edward  Phillips.  32^1 

'1?r^otS^3S^'''-^""^'^^^^^-^^^' 
STEERE,  117. 

Steer  (Steare,  Steere.  Stere),  A-^nes  ■  Ann 
43  117  (2)  ;  Eliz,.  168,  212  (3)  :  deor.;  iU- 
Isabell,  213.  214  :  Joan.  168.  211  :  John  ^  3  • 
Joseph,  117;  Maria.  117;  Reynold  211  ^ 
Eobt  117:  Sarah,  117:  ThomL  l68,  0/1' 
212  (2),  213.  214  ;  Wm..  117  (2)  ■  _  43  '  ' 

Stennell,  Ajnes,  2CI  ;  Henrv,  261  :  Mabel  =^61  • 
see  aho  Stonnell.  "  '  -  > 

Sternes,  Ann.  52  ;  — ,  52 


Stevens  (Steaven's.  Steven).  Allice,  212,  311- 
Anne,  2t.7  ;  Glemence,  308;  Eliz.,  311,  318-  I 


George,   1 68,  212,  26,3.  26.5.   266.  310  (2); 

310:  Jeans.  313  ;  Joan.  99.  168 
oU.s,  3U9.  310,  313;  John,  l.;8.  -^lo  %6 
3;^'.  310.  ;ui;   Mary,  224  264.' 2;;lC26r(^'3^' 
ichael.  99:  Paul,  224  :  Rychard.  263  :  Sam', 
.)lb  ;  Ihomas.  2<-4,  266.  267  (2)  ;  Wm.,  267.  310 
Steward,  El3;nor,  176;  Joan.  1  7.i  ;  Po^le,  176; 

Ihomas,  176.  ' 
Stewart,  Charles,  238. 
Stflckdaie.  Julian,  313;  Roberte,  309 
Stod:irt,  R.  R.,  253.  2.54  -^56 

''^*o';fVo\"'^.',';  2«  ;   -^"ice.  167. 

",  -92;       '  cilice  A.,  265,  306. 

n    -k^-  '   -■^""^^  -^1-  :    Hetterice,  261  ;' 

porithic.  266  ;  Eduumd.  261  :  Eliz  166  -^63 
f  8  (2).  308,  311,  312.  313,  314  -  Ilenn'  ^5 
|i<!,  267  (4),  310  (2).  314';  Henry  T.' SLS! 
3  S'  'U  t""^  ^■-^"26,5;  Humfrey.-  167,- 
•106,  .,1;  Jane,  21.t  ;  Jeames  A..  268,  307- 
•Jean  A.,  309;  Joan.  166,  167  (2),  310  31->  • 
orTth^^'V  J°^"'  l':"''-  2^:0,  263.  264.2'66(2); 
;  "  !  -^"^^  Katharine.  310  ■ 

Lettice  A.,  306,  .307;  Margaret  -^4  0(57.' 
-Mary.   266,   267  (2),   268:    Nicholas.'  il 5  ^ 

•^Ob,  olO  ;  Richard  A.,  265.  308,  309  :  Robert 
_2bo,  266,  2,7(2),  268  ;   Wm.,  '166.  2n  I13' 
214,  260  ;  Wm.  A.,  306  ;  —  215 
Stonehouse,  Rachel,  17. 
f^■to^es,  Henry.  310. 

Stonnell  (Stonell),  A^nes,  264,  31-'  •  FHz  -^63  • 
Henry,  262.  263  (2).  264.  265;  '.John,"  262  •' 
ivathanne.  265  :  Mabell,  310  ;  Margaret,  3(13  • 
■»r  eiLw  Stennell.  ' 

''sl^wi?^3:''^^^'^^^^'  ^0^'^^-  '203; 
Strafford,  John,  Earl  of,  225  ;  Mary  Stevens 
Countess  of,  225  :  ..ee  a/,o  Bvn-  ^'''^''"S' 
Strangbon,  Joane,  184;  Robert  184 
Street,  Margaret,  308. 
Streeter,  Margaret,  230  :  Robt.  230 
Strete,  .Joane.  64  :  John.  64  ' 
Stringer.  Eliz.,  228  ;  Stephen. 
Strode.  Jone,  137  ;  — ,137. 
Strnnf/hnw.  5. 

''ES'o^Say:45.^''  ^ 
Sturges.  Samuel,  2ii0 

Style.  Susan.  57  ;  Wm,,  .57 
Styles,  Sara.  141  :  Thos',.  141 

-Margaret,  314-  Thos., 

Sudeleif,  103. 

Suffolk,  Duke  of   133  ;  Earl  of,  84  :  Edmund. 

Sullivan     (Sulivan),     Benjamin,    297.  298- 
"^a^-^^i  ^^^^rietta  Ann  Barbara.  298  ;' 
,    ""'u-fj    -^'^'■y'   -31'   233.    297;  Rich 
231?-  -is'  297,298  :  Wm.] 

Sunderland,  Charles,  Earl  of  86 
Sunley.  Eliz.,  15  ;  Wm.,  15    '  " 
Sussex.  Lord.  276. 
Sutton.  Edward.  200 

S^g^y^eld  (Swafeld),  Eliz.,  132,  292  ;  John,  132, 
Swaile,  Mary,  14  (2)  ;  — ,  H. 
Swan  (Swann,  Swanne)j  Alice,  136  ;  Charles, 


348 


:miscellanea  gekealogica  et  iieraldica. 


89  ;  Francis.  W'l  :  Harry.  136  :  Isabell,  13G  ; 
James,  13i'.  (2)  :   John.  Si) :  Lucy,  ISO.  ISl  ; 
Mar<raret.  12:  Marv.  S9  :  Kichard.  180,  ISl  ; 
Thomas,  130  ;  \Vm.'  12,  136. 
S'l'anion,  S". 

Swanton.  KUz..  304  ;  Frances,  87  ;  Francis,  87  ; 

Jobn,  304. 
Swayne,  John,  S. 

Bwyfte,  John.  261.  262  ;  Julyan,  261  ;  Margaret. 

261  :  Walter.  2i;2. 
Syday.  Mar^raret.  271  :  Richard,  271. 
Symes,  Edith,  140  ;  Walter.  140  ;  Wm..  2 78. 
Symon,  Alvce.  177;   Edith.  166;   Eliz..  311: 

Joan,  211;  John.  211.  307;    Mabell.  166; 

Margaret,  306,  313  ;   Marv.  211  ;  Nicholas, 

314;  Rychard.  166;  \Vm..'306. 
Symond.  Edward.  167;  Eliz.,  168;  Joan,  167. 

168.  307  :  John,  167.  IGs. 
Symons,  Allice,  311  ;  Widowe,  310. 


T 


Tadman,  Frances.  164;  \Vm..  164. 

Talbot,  Ankeret.  131  ;  Beatrice,  184:  Beatrice, 
Lady,  95.  131,  202  ;  Edith.  74  ;  Edmund.  74  ; 
George,  179  ;  Sir  Gilbert.  74  ;  Gilbert,  Lord, 
9.5,  131,  184.  202;  Joan.  Lady,  131  ;  John, 
Earl  of  Shrewsbury.  95  ;  Mary  179. 

Tame.  Eliz..  185  ;  Thomas,  185. 

Tancred.  Jordan.  Ill  ;  Susanna,  111. 

Tanner,  JIargaret,  309  :  Thomas.  30S. 

Tatchell,  Edward.  34  :  Helen  F.  51.  B.,  34. 

Tate.  Bartholomew.  86  ;  Catherine.  16  ;  John, 
78,  79  ;  Mary,  86  ;  Monkhouse,  78. 

Tat/loi:  76. 

Taylor.  Alyce,  134  :  Anne,  14  ;  Henry  Pearson, 
21  ;  Jane,  248  ;  John.  7(! :  Lvdia,  197  :  Mary, 
14;  Robert,  76,  134;  Sarah,  21  ;  Wm..  78  ; 
—,21. 

Taylour,  Freelond.  3  :  Kath.,  140  ;  Sir  Ealf,  12; 

Sir  Robert.  8  ;  —.140. 
Tebould.  Thomas.  299. 
Telfer,  Eupham,  45  ;  Wm.,  45. 
Terrail.  — .  129. 
Terrye.  Eliz,,  312  ;  Wm  ,  312. 
Tewesley,  Agnes.  3! 2  :  Eliz.,  308  ;  John,  312. 
Thatcher.  Ann.  293  ;  Joane,  293  ;  John,  293. 
Thaver.  H.,  159. 
There,  Mis..  108. 
Thimm,  Muriel  Garnet,  29. 
Thistlewood.  John,  142  ;  Margaret,  142. 
Thoat,  Philip,  SO. 
Thomas,  197. 

Thomas,  Alex..  78  ;  Catherine.  197  :  Edward, 

134:  John,  73:    Matthew.  197;  Thos..  134, 

197  :  Thos.  R..  197  ;  Yvon,  197  ;  — ,  170. 
Thomson   (Thompson).  Anne.  300  :  Edward. 

.224  ;  Sir  Edward  Maunde.  224  :  Eliz.,  224  ; 

Fesquet.  300  ;  Lady  Georgina  Susanna.  224  ; 

James.  20,  21  ;  Mabel.  35  ;  Margaret,  20,  21  ; 

Sarah,  20.  21. 
Thorneden,  Eliz..  260  ;    Rose,  260  ;  Thomas, 

260. 

TlwnihiU.  36,  37. 

Thornhill,  Eliz..  36,  37  ;  Francis,  38;  Richard. 
36.  37. 

Thoyts,  Cath..  77  ;  Jane,  72  (2),  80 ;  Mary 
.  Susannah.  77  ;  Wm.,  79  (2). 


]  Throckmorton,  Kath..  258. 
!  Throgmorton.  Clement.  112  ;  Kath..  112  (2). 
Thurston  (1  hurstone"),  Alyco,  11  ;  Chas.  Fredk., 
48  ;  Clemens.  10  ;  Eliz.,  10.  11  ;  Joane.  10(2), 
11;  John.  10  (2).  11;  Mary,  48;  Kichard, 
10:  Robert.  11. 
Thwayts,  Agne.s,  222  ;   John,  222  ;  Thomas, 

Thwytes,  Wm.,  78. 

Ticknor,  Augustine,  306  ;  Ellyii.  309  :  George, 
266;  Henry,  266;  Joan,  31 2,  3 13  ;  Margaret, 
312  ;  Mary",  266  ;  Rychard,  oOti, 

Tilden,  John.  164  ;  Mary,  164. 

Tillesworth,  Ursula,  219  ;  Wm..  219. 

Timperlev  (Timply).  Eliz.,  103  ;  Sir  Tho., 
103. 

Tingledon,  Charles,  215  ;  Jone,  215. 
TIPPING.  161. 
Tipping,  161. 

Tipping,   I'artholomew.   161  (3)  ;  Elizabeth, 
161  (3).  191;  Frances,  li'.l  :  George,  161; 
John,  161  (2),  191  ;  31artha,  161  (2)  ;  Marv, 
161  (2). 
Tirrell.  Gartrithe.  276. 
Tolcher.  G.,  197. 
Tomes,  274. 
Tomes.  — .  274. 
t  Tong,  Alice.  272  ;  James,  272. 
i  Toosey.  Caroline  Mabel,  182:  C'liarles,  182. 
Topsfield.  Sybil,  57  ;  Wm.,  57. 
Torre    Hermosa,    Consuela    Laura  Vincenta 

Margarita  de  Cologan,  252. 
Tourane,  Mildred,  231. 
Tournay,  Robert,  164  ;  Sarah,  164. 
Townley,  Alice.  272  ;  Sir  Charles,  259  ;  Richard, 

Townsend.  — ,  129. 

Tracy,  Ellen,  162;  Francis,  162;  Sir  Thos., 
162. 

i  Trail,  James,  45. 

Trant,  Ellen,  233  ;  Patrick,  233. 
!  TRAVERS.  196. 

Travirs,  196. 

Travers,  Anne  Marie,  197  ;  Cath.,  196,  197  (2); 
Charlotte,  197  ;  Eliz..  196  ;  Eliz.  Susannah, 
196;  Geo.  Francis,  196;  Henry  Thos.,  196; 
Jane,  197  (2);  Jeano,  196;  Jenny,  197; 
John,  197;  John  Eenward,  196;  John 
George,  196  ;  John  Wentworth,  197  ;  Judith, 
196;  Marie.  197;  Mary,  196;  Mary  Eliz.. 
196;  Peter,  196  (3);  Peter  Pare,  14  7.  196; 
Pierre.  196  ;  Susanne,  196  (3)  ;  — ,  196  (3). 

Tredcroft,  Eliz.,  105  ;  — ,  105. 

Tregian.  J'rances,  276, 

Trenchard,  Jane.  150  ;  Thos.,  150. 

Trent,  General,  196. 
I  Trinnell.  Bazil.  Ill  :  Jane.  111. 

Trippe.  Alice,  68  ;  Simon,  68. 

Trumble,  Ann.  32. 

Tryon,  Mary.  78  ;  Mrs.,  78  ;  Robt..  78. 
Tucker.  Anne.  285  ;  Eliz.,  247,  285  ;  John,  247, 
285  (2)  :  Wm..  247. 
:  Tudor,  John.  9  :  Philippa.  9  ;  Ursula.  9. 
I  Tuerloot.  Rachell.  152.  154  ;  Roger.  152,  154. 
j  Tufton,  Alice,  137;   Jo.,  137;    Sir  Jo.,  137; 

Nich„137. 
!  Tukke.  Wm..  315. 
:   Tulloch,  146. 

I  Tulloeh,  Jane.  146  (2)  ;  Robt.,  146  (2). 
I  Turke.  John,  109  ;  Mary,  109. 
1  TURNER,  54. 


INDEX  OF  NAMES. 


-I  II  me  V,  55 

=^       (2)  :  Ellmor,  54  :  Henry.  54  (2)  55  ■ 
-^■••^thanne.    16'  :    Maria     7  •  Ma.rv 
^aml.  Bms.  „4  ;  Sara.  55  ;  Tho..  54,  55.  ^\'->  ■ 

TurnJei!.  I4'J. 
Turnley.  Joseph.  149. 
Turville,  — ,  198. 
Twedale.  ITarr,  190 

^^^S'^"^'  ''''  :^70 

Twine,  Joue.  21(5 ;  —  •^ii^ 

T\v.Terotte,  Ellin,  312:  John.  312. 

Iwvsden.  Agnes.  170;  Benet.  170  :  Isabel  170  • 
Joane,  170  (2)  ;  .John,  176  ,-  Thomas,  176  (2)  •' 
see  aho  Twesvnden.  ^ 

Tjdie.  Amy  313:  Anne.  312;  Juh-an.  263- 
Margaret,  202  ;  Rafe.  202,  203,  313' 

Ty  ney,  Edmund.  311  ;  Dame  Mary,  311. 

Tytler,  253,  255. 

Tjtler  .4dam  Giilies,  251  ;  Adelaide  Ann,  251  ; 
Adelaide  Mary,  252  :   Alexander.  250  (2)  ■ 

"550  rV?'.  p  ,K  Pu'^f  :  Barbara, 

^^0  (2)  :  Cath.  Charlotte,  252  :  Charlie.  ^51  ■ 
p"n  -  ^'^"^tina  M.  C,  251  ;  Edith 

^r  -  o?A'^'f'-  --^^^  ^^ffie  Constance.  251- 
E  .^..,2oO;  Eliza  Chri.uana.  252  ;  Ellen,  251  ;' 
Ethe.    Frances.   2.52;    Florence   Mai,   251  ^ 

9--;'"  =  ^'•'-•'^"^  251  :  Fred.  John 

Lucas,  2.0 1  ;  George,  25U  (2).  "51  ■  HarriPf- 
Christina,   251  ;    Harry   Christophe^  251 
Helen    Marion.   252;   Helen   Maude    '^51  •' 
^I^kT^ '^-.-r'^     "''"'•y  2^^,  251,  253 

250  r'S'        '■   '/""^.n'  25i ;  Jane 

r-n'    t\"'^-  .f^'  2->0:  John. 

-'oO  (2);  John  Adam,  251;  Mabel  '^51- 
Margaret,  250  (2)  :  Margaret  Cussans.  ^55  •'  ' 
Marg.  Htzroy.  250;  Mary.  250;  Mary  1 
Clementma  251  ;  Matilda  Henrietta.  252  •  ' 
Maynard  FiUroy,  251;  Muriel  Bover,  251  !  ' 
K^PK -''l  '•  ^''^^  ^'eilson:  251 

fnnK:    o-'f°P^^'',-^^  •■  ^'^^ncis  Chris- 

topher. 2.,I  ;  Stanley  Delhi  Force.  "^51  •  Wm 
t^^-^''    ^>  Fraser,  255  (2  :  "Jv^:  : 
Tytler         '   ~'  '  i 

Tyyer,  Eliz.,  311.  j 


""^^^derwood,  John,  200  ;   Mary.  200  ;  Richard, 

^  This.^'!3T'  •  ^•'2  ;  Sir 

Upfoulde.  George.  205  :  Jean.  205.  "CO  '>07  ('>^  ■ 
John.  205.  200.  207  ;  Robert.  200       '  "  ' 
Lpton.  Faith,  119;  Hamond.  119 
Urquhart,  Jame.,  24  ;   Margaret,  23  ;  Marion, 

Utburne,  149. 
Usborne,  Major,  149. 


j  Valentine  (Vallentine),  Harrie);t,  63  ;  James. 
I    .  03  ;  Jane.  105. 

I  ^"^IV'^t^  (Vanacker),  Joyce.  153  :  Nicholas.  85; 
I      bir  Nicholas.  85  :  Susanna.  85  (2) 
j  Van  Aldeweirelt,  Daniell,  152. 

Vandeput.  Jane.  88  ;  Peter,  88. 

Vanhuesdouek-,  John,  153. 

Van  Martyr,  Dr.  Geo.,  251. 

Van  Pane  (Van  Pieue),  Charles,  1,52;  Hester 
lo2;  Isaac.  1,52  (2):  Jocosa,  153:  Joyce! 
l.>2  :  Lucas.  152  ;  Marie,  152. 

Van  Regemortell,  Ambrose.  152 

Vaughan.  Eliz.,  100(2):  Francis,  100:  Geo 

irn  "^^r^'    ^f^^""'  ^''^J  Joseph^ 

100  :  xMary.  100  (3)  ;  Sarah,  100  (2) 
\auntiit.  Christian,  104  ;  Kir  James,  104 
Veeie,  Margt.,  132  ;  Wm.,  132. 
Ven  (Venne),  Annable,  313  :  Avis,  313  :  Edward 
202  ;   Henry,  262  (4),  313  (2)  ;  John,  202;' 
Roberta,  309.  .  . 

Ventris,  Anne,  313  ;   Eliz..  313  ;   Henry,  313. 
^14  •    Maudelyne,  314;  Rafe.    205  ;  Wene: 
fride,  313. 
Verhagen.  John,  38. 
Verraux,  Martha,  32. 
Verry,  Win.,  144. 
Versalini,  Nicholas,  39  (2). 
Vorhagen,  John.  39. 
Vosburg,  Eliz.,  31. 
Vousden.  Eliz..  229  ;  Samuel,  229. 
Vowes,  Eliz.,  258  ;  — ,  258 
Voyce,  Eliz..  313. 


W 


Wace,  Eliz..  133  (2)  ;  Leonard,  133  ;  Mary,  133  • 

Stephen,  133. 
Waddell,  Anne,  46  ;  James.  40. 
Waddon.John.  155;  Mary  155 
Wade,  Joane.  91  ;  John.  91  ;  Philip.  53  ;  Susan, 
;  Wm.,  91.  * 
Wager,  Alice,  144,  145  :  John,  145. 
Wakefeilde.  John,  307. 
Wakei/ian,  85. 

Wakeman,  Catherine,  85;   Edward,  85  ;  Eliz.. 

VVal^cope,  Grace,  1.50  ;    James,  150  ;  Margaret, 

Waldegrave,   Charles,    125  ;    Jeromina,    r'5  • 
Magdalene.  125.  ' 
Walden,  — .  55. 

^^if^S'^'  '  '  ^'  ' 

Walford,  Mary.  59  ;  Thoma.s.  59 

^^'o!n^'"'  2'  =  ^*>'  2'J ;  Gilbert  G., 

240  ;  Richard,  221  ;  Susannah,  16  ;  Wm  , 
If). 

Walker  alias  Wright,  Frances,  151  ;  Mary, 
lVaU.''2S0. 

Wall,  Bridget.  280  ;  Jasper,  280  :  Lucretia,  280  ; 
Mary,  234  ;   Matthew.  280  ;  Tobias,  234,  280 

Waller,  Ann,  105  ;  Franc,  105  :  Jacob  17  •  — 

175.  '        '  r 

^^269°^'  j   Sir  Henry.  40 ;  Ric, 


! 


350 


MISCELLANEA   GENEALOGICA   ET  IIERALDICA. 


Walpoole,  JIary,  278. 
Waliond.  .loane.  184  :  Thomas.  18+. 
WaUh.  Jane.  IC'J:  Tbo..  loll.  ' 
AValsing-ham,  I'hilip.  17ii:  Tho..  170. 
■Walrer.  Aji'nes,  Hj7  :  Jean.        ;  John,  l'('.2. 
Ilrt?/e-;-.y.  l.iS. 

Walters.  Eliz..  l.">8  :  Margaret.  15!)  ;  Marv,  ir.'J  : 

Wm.,  15S,  15;i. 
Walton,  Alice,  07  ;  Thomas,  i;7  ;  Thomajine,  07. 
Waniuit.  o. 

Ward,  James,   28i;  :    Jane,   58  ;     John,    58  ; 

Jonathan,  15  :  Katharine,  HI 2. 
Warder,  ChidioUe,22u  ;  Mary,  220. 
Wardrope,  Robt..  4  7. 
Wareham,  Wm.,  187. 

Warmington.  Aileen  ;ilary.  30  ;  Alfred,  30. 
Warneford,  Edmund.  283  :    Eliz.,  205,  283  (2), 

287  ;   Henry.  283  :   John,  283  ;   Judith,  283  ; 

Kath..  283  ;   Mary.  205.  283  (2)  ;  Susan,  283  ; 

Thos.,  205.  283.  287  :  Walter,  283. 
Warner,  Allies,  107  (2),  307,  309;  Betterice, 

308  ;  Jane.  215  :  Jeames,  202  ;  John.  2G2,  204, 

309  ;  Katharine.  2i',4  ;  ilarrian.  300  ;  Richard. 
107.  215. 

WAHNETT,  215. 
U'drnett,  215. 

Warnett,  Alice,  215:  Ann,  215,210  :  Cath..  215  ; 
Ciprian.  215  ;  Edm..  215  :  Eliz..  215  :  Franois, 
215;   George.  215  ;  Jane.  215  (2)  ;   John,  215 

(3)  .  210  ;  Jone.215  (2)  ;  Maroar.,215  :  Marv, 
215.  210;  Susan.  215  (2)  ;"  Thomas,  21.5; 
Wm.,  215  (2),  210  (2)  ;  — .  215  (2). 

Warren  (Waren),  Christian.  l<-4;    Eliz.,  182; 

Jo..  174  ;  Joane.  07  :   John.  07;  Wm..  6(). 
Warwicke  (Warricke),  Anthony,  204  ;  Owen, 

204,  309. 

Warvng.  Alice.  183  :  Eliz..  97.  132.  185  :  Joan, 
97^  184;  Thomas,  97.  132  (2).  184;  Walter. 
183  ;  — .  183. 

WA.SE,  104. 

Wase,  104. 

Wase.  Ann,  104  ;   Christian.  104;   Eliz.,  104; 

Henry.  104:   James,  104:   John,  104  (3); 

Jone.  104  ;  ^'ic.  104  ;  Wm..  104  (3). 
Washford.  Anne.  314  :  Beniamyn,  314. 
Wastell.  Margaret.  278  :  Wm..278. 
Water,  Agnes,  108,  212  (2)  ;  Mary,  108  ;  Morris. 

108.212. 

Waters,  Courte,  237  :    George,  237  ;   Jane.  237  ; 

Joan,  312  ;  Mary.  312  ;  Morrice,  308. 
Watfourth    (Wattourthe).   Allice,   167.  311  ; 

Eliz..  107;  Kichard,  107,  207,  311. 
WATSON,  20. 

Watson,  Ada,  20  ;  Ada  Beatrice.  21 ,  25  ;  Agnes, 
21.  25  ;  Alice,  20  ;   xVmelia.  10  :   Ann.  13,  14 

(4)  .  15  (4),  17,  18,  19,  20,  21  ;  Bridget.  15,  IS  ; 
Catharine,  15,  19  :  Charles,  21,  25  ;  Daphne 
Lewen,  21,  25;  Dorothy.  20;  Edward.  14, 
16,  17,  19.  21,  25  :  Eliz..  13,  14.  15  (2),  10  (2), 
17, 18  (2).  19,  20  (2)  :  Eric  Edward  Constable, 
21,  25  ;  Esther,  15  ;  Geoffrey  Lewen,  21,  25  ; 
Gertrude  Margaret.  21.  25  :  Gregory,  13  (3), 
14. 18  :  Helen.  15  :  Henry  Jeffrey.  20  ;  James. 
14.  15.  17.  IS  (3).  20  (2)  ;  James  Kiero.  51  ; 

•-  Jane.  13,  14,  17  (3),  18.  20  ;  Jane  Anne.  20  ; 
John,  13,  14  (2),  15.  10  (2).  17  (4).  IS  (3).  19 
(3).  20  (2)  :  Joseph.  19  (2).  20  (3),  25  (2)  ; 
Joseph  Robert  Hood,  21  ;  Kath.  Emelia,  51  ; 
Laura  Ann.  20  ;  Margaret,  13,  14  (2),  15,  20, 
21,  02  ;  Mary,  13  (3).  14  (3).  15  (2),  16  (2), 
17  (4)  ;    Mary  Eliz,,  20,  25  ;  Mary  Susannah, 


19;  Maurice,  13;  ]\Iynie  Frances,  21,  25: 
Rachel.  21  ;  Richard.  13,  19  ;  Robert.  14,  15 
(2).  18,  19  (2)  :  Robert  Leiig.  20;  .<arah.  14. 
10,  17,  IS,  19  (5).  20  (2^);  Sarah  Jane,  2(1: 
Susan.  20  ;  Susannah.  17,  19  (2).  21  ;  Thomas. 
14  (3).  15  (2).  10  (2).  17.  IS  C2).  19  (2).2il  (3)  ; 
Thomas  Edward.  13  (3).  2".  22.  25  :  Wilfred 
Hood,  21.  25  :  Win..  13,  1  1.  15,  10,  17.  is  (li), 
19,20(3);  Wm.  Ewart.  20;  Wm.  ililler. 
21,25. 

Watts.  John.  278  :  Marie.  278. 

Webb  (Webbe),  Arabella.  192,  2n9  ;  Christopher. 

30,  37  ;  Edward,  209  ;  Eliz..  30.  37  ;  Frances. 

50,209;    Fredk.,  233  ;   Jean  Charlotte,  51; 

John.  51,  192,  2u9  (2)  ;   Sir  Jo.,  56  ;  Josiah. 

48:  -Mary.  47.  80:   Robert.  11;   Wm..  SO, 

230;  Sir'Wm.,  37  (2)  ;  Xtian,  11. 
Webber,  Caroline,  150. 

Webbys,  .Alice.  07  ;  Bennet,  07  ;  John  Thomas, 

67  ;  Katherine,  67. 
I  W'eblin.  Margaret.  99  ;  Meyses,  99. 
Weeks  ( Weekes,  Wekes).  Alice,  100.  167  ;  Amy. 

39:  Edward,  lOi!  ;  Eliz.,  2S0  ;  George,  107; 

John.  100,  1()7. 
11  >W.  171. 

Weld,  Edward,  172  :  John.  171,  172  (3). 
Weldon,  Sir  Anthony,  227;    Eliz.,  227.  230: 
Henry,  230  ;   James,  89  ;   Jane,  S9  ;  Ralphe. 
I      230  :  Thomas,  227. 
i  Welford,  (Wylford),  — ,  272  (2). 
Weller  (Weilai),  Anne,  312,  313  :  Jane.  235  ; 
Joan,  201.  312  ;  John,  203,  313  ;  John  Badger. 
235 ;   Jone.   201  :    Margaretta  ilaria.  235  ; 
Phillis,  313;    Roger,  201  (2).  312  ;  Thomas, 
201.  203.  313  :  Wm.,  201.  312. 
i  Welles,   Joan.   311  ;    Katharine,   311  ;  Wm., 
!  311. 

!  Wellington   (Willington).   Arthur  Wellesley, 
I      Duke  of,   240;    Eliz..    lOS  ;    Henry,    lOS  ; 
!      Mabel.  108  (2). 
;  Wellys.  John,  221. 

;  Wenman.  Anne,  207  :    Eliz.,  200  ;   Sir  Francis, 
200.  207  :  Mary.  200. 

,'  Wenson,  John.  312  ;  Marv,  312. 

i  WESCOMBE.  155. 
Wescombo.  Anna.  155  :  Caroline.  156  ;  Charles, 
157;  Eliz.,  155  (2).  156  (2).  157:  Francis, 
156  ;  Hannah.  155  :  Harriett,  157  (2)  :  Henry. 
156  ;  Jacob.  155,  157  ;  Jane,  157  (2)  ;  Janet 
Rose.  150  ;  Joan,  155  (2)  ;  John,  155  (3),  157 
(2);  Lily.  150;  JIary,  155  (3).  157  (3); 
Percival,  150  ;  Richard,  155  (2)  ;  Rich.  Levi. 
156;  Rodney  James,  156;  Samuel,  155: 
Sarah.  155  ;  Sarah  G.  M.,  156  ;  Sidney  F.  G., 
156  ;  Thos..  155,  157  ;  Wm.  Heal,  150  ;  Wm. 

I      Henry.  150. 

I  WEST,  3. 

;   We.it,  3,  148. 

I  West  (Weste).  Agnes.  212,  314  ;  Allice.  212  ; 
\  Arford,  3  ;  Eellingham,  3  ;  Cecill,  3  ;  Elinor, 
'  3  :  Eliz.,  3  ;  Frances,  3  :  Henry,  3  ;  Jane,  3  ; 
!  Jean.  313:  Joan,  308;  John,  148,  212,  3u9  ; 
!  Jone,  3  :  Joseph.  3 :  Margaret,  309,  313  ; 
;      Mary  Eliz.,  148  :  Richard.  3  (2)  ;   Thomas,  3 

(2).  313  (2)  :  Walter.  3  ;  Wm.,  3  (3). 
1  Westborn.  Alyce,  9  ;  Wm.,  9. 
:  W^ESTCOMUE.  157. 

'  Westcombe,  Eliz..  157  ;  Henry.  157  ;   John,  157 
j      (2)  ;  Sarah,  157. 
;    We.ston,  170. 

i  Weston,  Benjamin,  104;   Eliz.,  104;  Ellinor. 


Index  or  names. 


351 


I'O;  Fniuoes.  247;  Xathaniel,  247  ;  Richard, 
170;  — .  Earl  of  Portsmouth.  1U4. 

Westray,  Eliz.,  210  :  John,  21;'. 

Wescropp,  Ktliel  Frances.  2.')2  :  i,ieor'>e,  2r,2. 

Whall,  Augustine,  12.5  :  Charles.  12:. '•  Mar>.-aiet. 
125;  Thos..  12.5.       '  • 

Whaplode.  — .  73. 

W'hatfoui-th,  Allice,  ICS  :  Oliver.  IKS:  Richarde 
IGS. 

Whealas.  Anne,  7  :  Tho.,  7. 

Wheeler.  Agnes,  ol  1  :   Julian.  307  ;  PhiJippa. 

2S5  ;  Richard,  2S5.  SOti,  307. 
Whetenhall.  Geo.,  54  :  Mar.,  54. 
Whiffiu,  Richard.  1(33  :  c>arah.  1G3. 
AVhistler.  Eliz.,  101  (2);  John.  Ill,  161 
IVhito  QUli^^tc).  60. 

White  (Whytc)!  .-Vgnes.  211.  212  (2),  260,  267 

(2)  ,  314:  Allice.  166,  167,  307.  311;  Anne, 

263,  265.  310  :   Edward,  211.  261  (2).  26-\  -^63 

(3)  ,  264,  267,  310  (2),  312  :  Eliz..  266  (2).  267. 
310,  313,  314  ;  Ellin.  266  ;  George,  268.  311  ; 
Henry,  167,  212  (2),  213,  214.  26o'"(2).  261  (2). 
262,  263,  265,  310  (2).  312  :  Honour,  310,  312  : 
Izabel,  23S  ;  Jean.  265  ;  Joan,  263.  300,  310  ; 
Johan,  306;    John,  171.  211.  212.  213,  201, 

262,  265,  260,  267  (3),  307,  .308,  310  (2).  311. 
312.  314  (2)  ;   Julian,  265.  306  :  Katharine, 

264,  307,  311  :  Lawrence,  261.  30b  ;  Margaret 

263,  267  ;  Margery,  212  (2),  213,  214.  260,  201'. 
310,  312;  Mary.  171,  212  (2);  Oliver.  214. 
30.9,  310  (2).  313  :  Pleasaunce.  261  (2).  262! 
205,  300,  310,  312  ;  Thos..  60,  166  (2),  167.  267. 
307,  310;  Wm.,  263.  264  (2).  265  (31 

Whitehead,  Rob..  70. 
Wkitfidd,  170. 

Whitfield,  Martha.  170  :  Tho..  170. 
Whittals,  Jane,  272  :  Thomas,  272. 
Whittington.  John.  19S  ;  Margaret.  41. 
Whittle,  Daniel,  33. 
Wkyte,  60. 

Wiche,  Anne,  113  ;  Richard,  113. 

Wickes  (Wicke),  Agnes,  260,  261,  262,  312  ; 
Allice,  311  ;  Amy,  213  ;  Edward.  307  ;  Geor<^e' 
260,  261,  262,  264,  265  (2),  312  :  Honour,  261, 
30y  ;  Jane,  308  :  Jean.  261.  309  :  Joan,  212, 
213  (3),  214,  201  (2),  310;  John.  21 4,  216,  307; 
Margaret,  212,  261,308  ;  Marv,  204  :  Nicholas. 
212,  213  (2).  214,  261  (2),  30o\ 

Wilford,  Audrey,  ,3 17  ;  John.  317. 

Wilkins.  Jane,  234  ;  Mary.  229. 

Willan,  89. 

Willan,  Ann,  89  :  Emma.  SO  :  Mary  Ann,  89  - 

Robert.  S9  ;  Sarah.  89  :  Thos.,  s9 
Willett,  Eliz.,  139  ;  Rick,  130. 
William.^,  159. 

Williams',  Eliz.,  159  ;  Francis,  159  (2)  :  John, 

175;  .Martha.  159;   Mary,  159;  Thos..  159, 

301  ;  Xtian,  175. 
Williams  k  Drury,  118. 
Williamson,  Jane,  21. 
Willison,  Anne.  244  ;  Richard,  244. 
Willot  (Willote  Willotte),  Agnes,  166,  168.  211  ; 

Edward,  106  (2);  John.  108.  211  (2).  3()7 ; 

Katharine,  312  ;  Margaret.  168. 
Wilsford.  Richard.  64. 

Wilson  (Willson),  .^indrew,  61  (2)  :  Ann.  17, 
52  ;  Eliz..  61  :  lillin.  311  :  .Jane,  10;  .John 
Delap,  52  ;  Kith..  20  :  Robt.,  15,  17  ;  Susanna. 

\\61  :  Wm.,  10. 

Vtinchester,  Marquis  of,  39. 
indebank,  John,  121  ;  Susan.  121. 


'  Windsor,  .luthony,  188,  244,  283;   Jane,  188. 
i      244,  283. 
!   Wingficld.  — ,  258. 

Wijuer  (Wynter).  .Anne.  312  ;  Eliz..  110  :  John, 
116.312. 
I    Ul,ifn:-<hu!I.  5. 

I  Wintershull,  Jane,  6  ;  Robert,  0. 
I  Wise,  John,  280  :  — ,  280. 
j  Wiseman,  Eliz..  46,  175. 
I  Wiskard.  John,  57  ;  Kath.,  57. 
'  U'ode.  .Alys.  315. 
j  Wodlande,  Wm..  177. 
I    n-okin</,h„i,  5. 
I  Wokingdon,  Kliz..  6. 
I  WolettT  Betrvce,  170  ;  Roger.  170. 
I  Wolfe,  — .  137. 

!  Wollascott,  Edward.  242  :  Eliz.,  242  :  Francis, 
;      242  :  James,  242  :  Thos.,  242. 
'  Wombwell,  Sir  Geo..  78  ;  Lady.  78. 
i  WOOD.  293. 
I    Wood,  293. 

I  Wood.  Agnes,  166  (3),  167;  Alicia,  177  (2); 
Anna,  293  (2)  ;  Armonell,  166  ;  Charlotte, 
147  :  Dorothy.  59 ;  Edward.  203  (2)  ; 
Elizabeth.  147  (2),  167,  293;  .John.  293  (2). 
306  (2)  ;  John  .Mauley,  147  ;  Margaret,  13  ; 
Mary  Anne.  147  ;  Tarnell,  293  :  Robt..  59  ; 
Sam..  293  ;  Sarah,  147  ;  Wm.,  160  (2).  167. 
Woodcock,  Isaac,  109;  Isabell,  i09  ;  John,  108; 

Simon,  109;  Thomas,  108. 
Woodd,    Basil,   87   (4) ;    Eleanor,  87  ;  Jane, 

Wooddiche,  Roberte,  309. 
Wooder,  Wm.,  40. 

Woodes,  Anne.  306"  ;  Dorithie,  200  :  Maiy,  266  : 

Rychard.  206. 
Woodhatche,  Richarde,  310. 
Woodhouselee,  Ales.  Eraser  Tvtler,  Lord.  254. 
I  Woodland.  Alice.  315  ;  Wm.,  315, 
1    IVondlcy,  149. 

I  Woodley.  Bridget.  280  (3);   John.  149,  280: 

Matthew  Fuller,  119  ;  W'm.,  280  (2). 
:  Woodnothe.  John,  38  ;  Margaret,  38.  39. 
■  Woodward,  Thomas,  290. 
i  Woolward,  Wm..  48. 
'  Woorsfoukle.  Jean.  31 4. 
Womam,  Alice,   311  :    Amye,   311  ;  Roberte, 

;  311. 

I  Wornome.  Agnes.  307  ;  Rychard.  307. 

i  Worsopp,  John,  73. 

I  Worstenhome.  John,  iO. 

I  Worthington.  Wm.,  111. 

:  Wortley,  Jane.  117. 

;  Worts.  John,  301. 

j  Wotton.  blaster.  315. 

I  Wright,  Eliz..  57  :  Rev.  Mr.,  30  ;  Wm.,  57. 

i  Writle,  Wm.,  Lord  Petre.  Baron  of,  281. 

j  Wroughton,  .Anne.  185  ;  Thomas,  185. 

Wyckes,  Agnes,  200  ;  George.  200  ;  Jean,  260. 

I  Wye,  JIargaret.  245  ;  Wm..  245. 

j  Wyld.  Jno.,  150. 

\  Wynchcombe.  Francis,  180. 

i  Wyndoute,  Bartholomew,  73. 


Yarantou.  Surah.  145. 
Yarraway,  Uobt..  153. 

Tate,  Arabella,  2o8 ;  Dorothy,  241,  242;  Sir 


^52 


MISCELLANEA  GENEALOGTCA  ET  HEllALDiCA. 


Edward.  r2ti  :  James.  1S6  :  Joan.  97  ;  John, 
07;  Ladv  Kath..  12(5;  Marv..  126,  186; 
Richard.  SO:  Thomas.  241,  242:  Wm.. 
208. 

Yielding:.  Catherine,  232. 
Ynyr,  King  of  Gwenc.  I'i'.K 

Yong,  Cristian,  134  :   Eliz.,  134  (2)  ;  Francis. 

134;  Jo.-.n,  134;  John.  134;  Richard,  134; 

Robert,  134  (3). 
York  (Yorke).  L:\ura,  233  :  V/m..  131. 
YounfT  (Younpre),  Sir  Chas.  Geo.,  122  ;  Eliz., 

133  (2)  ;  Joan,  313  ;  Roger,  133  ;  Wm.,  133. 


/oiiclir.  h.  112. 

Zouche,  Joanna.  G  ;  Oliver,  6. 


— .  Agnes,  310;  Ann.  14.  Ifi3:  Beatrice.  131  ; 
I'.ridget.  IS.  ICl:  liorothy,  41;  Henrv.  30;i  ; 
Julian,  312;  Marie.  41;  Mary,  41  ;  'Sarah, 
18. 


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